white eyes


     I went digging in my closet and found an old dry erase board we used to keep on the fridge.  It’s all beat up and nasty but that adds character.  Another advantage is that it’s small enough to be scanned and that’s always a handy thing.

     Anyway, here’s my latest Fuzzy Skeletonian.  He’s kind of growing on me.  Gonna have trouble erasing this guy when the time comes.

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5 thoughts on “white eyes

  1. Have I not been here in this long? That seems impossible and ridiculous. Yet I don’t recall seeing this post before now.

    Anywho, you have a knack for that dry erase board, Vinny. As you know, I am the proud owner of a digital copy of another dry erase masterpiece of yours, GreenBlueDeadHead. I’m glad White Eyes will continue on in another format.

    How many dry erase boards does one person have, anyway? I hope there are more treasures to be found in those closets of yours.

    • Don’t fret mi amiga. It’s not like I’ve been a real frequent contributor around here either.

      And thanks for the kind words : ) Yeah, I’ve got a good scan of it already and a nice high quality print of it on some thick photo paper.

      I think that’s the last of the old dry erase boards in the house that aren’t currently in active use. As for other useful items in my closet, I suppose my artistic whims aren’t necessarily limited to just old dry erase boards. I may have to do some closet archaeology in the future.

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