Saturday, October 22, 2005

a raccoon vs. the dirty 3

12 comments:

David Piephoff said...
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David Piephoff said...

cool, nice mouth shapes on the three-headed monster, appealing and funny drawing, beautiful work Rex

Sandra Khoo said...

WOO! Great place here! Congrats on being mentioned in the Brew and I'm gonna add ya to my watch now! :D

Matthew Cruickshank said...

Lovely work, will drop in often!

SteveLambe said...

Genius,Rex. I'm so envious that you can pull theses off so effortlessly with acrylics.

When you going to put together a collection of these into a book?

rex said...

thank you davey, sandra, matt, & steve!!!

lambey, perhaps i'll make a book ONE DAY, when i start making paintings that are 'book quality'.

SteveLambe said...

You're too hard on yourself, Rex. If Tim Biskup can make money selling those little books of his, then so can you. I'd much rather have a collection of your little character studies over his abstract art.

You've got to start somewhere, right ;)

Uloo said...

Good grief! I just found yer weblog, Rex! I do love that three-headed guy. He seems so friendly.

Uloo said...

Still, if he-they deserves a name like "The Dirty Three" he-they's probably not really friendly, huh?

rex said...

hey steve, i don't even know how to make a book. maybe sometime next year. i'll probably sell some paintings sometime soon. i don't even really have a lot of time to paint these days anyways. but it's great to know that someone like you is out there that wants this stuff.

uloo, the dirty 3 are definetly NOT friendly. they just act that way sometimes to trick people. all the best monsters will pretend to be your friend, be all nice, do your taxes, clean your laundry, then when you least suspect it, WHAM! they take you down! it's just how it goes.

David Piephoff said...

that's an awesome amazing radical painting.

ryuku said...

very cool!!!!

I love your works.