During the night my bootblack had escaped, and as our home town looks rather negative on serfdom the possibility to find a local one was very slim. the very same day though, the Lion got a mail from Liljevalchs Konsthall, she was part of the Spring Salon, even though I hesitated going to town without black boots the possibility to catch a new bootblack at the salon was tempting, struggling artist makes the best bootblacks. Without much ado we aimed for the capital, the lion happy to show her art, me excited of the appending big game hunting. At the Salon the lion soon was deluged by the press This gave me time to concentrate on hunting. I took post behind a bush and soon saw plenty of excellent game. at last my choice was a rather sturdy artist, the climate up north can take it's toll on the more sensitive artist. I put my artist in a cardboard box and soon I could take on the life as the perfect country squire again, nothing makes a man as a good pair of shining boots. And as for the bootblack, he seems to blend in perfectly with our other staff, my boots have never been shinier!
My mother found this old picture of me at the Modern museum in Stockholm, I don't know who made the painting, but It looks like I enjoy it. (I still do, it makes me hungry) This is a me at at a later part of my life, pretending to draw once again, I had to take a picture for a Taiwanese magazine.
Hire two private detectives and have them spy on each other Hire two men, one to dig a hole and one to fill a hole, then have them work shifts Dress up as a bird, climb a tree and make a birdwatcher very happy Go to the Opera and seat yourself in the reverse Invite people with exactly the same beliefs to your talk show Start a blog and pretend that you are more important then you are
Some more coloring And now time for a small commercial, (as I get this question quit a lot), Noodlers ink: American Eel is permanent and works fine in a fountain pen . Added some color to the elephants Some more color, I have to wait some days to finish it. I need to do some commission work in between I'm starting to put color on the large piece I'm bin working on, (will have to find a suitable name for it)