Posted by resonanteye on 04/09/2013
T-shirts/prints, and the original all available.
Now, Bobcat Goldthwait is to this day one of the funniest fucking people. He wrote and directed Shakes the Clown, and it’s fanfuckingtastic, among a ton of other things I really love.
I never really realized that other people might only know him from the character he played on Police Academy, but…that sucks. He’s hilarious.
The things he’s directed are his better work…
At any rate, Shakes is one of my favorite movies.
It’s got that perfect blend of creep factor, dumb jokes, and true-to-life old-man griping that makes me happy.
Also, I don’t like mimes.
here’s a few progress shots, too.
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Posted by resonanteye on 03/18/2013
motorcycle Indian, not India Indian…
I’ll put some prints of her up for sale when she’s finished.
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Posted by resonanteye on 12/28/2012
I finished these owls, and I’m working on some roses.
I think I’m going to package these all as a flash set, but I haven’t decided yet.
I finished a red rose too. I’m starting to unpack more.
I’ll be tattooing down at our Salem shop from Jan 13-26…looking forward to that!
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Posted by resonanteye on 10/25/2012
Started from Spokane. Drove through slush- and I have a front-wheel drive volvo; the front tires are also bald, ready to be replaced. Despite a few slips and slides, we made it through the night driving, Idaho, and into Utah.
We stopped at a diner full of men in camo. The place had a caged mynah bird in the back, chattering away. The food was delicious.
Somewhere in northern Utah, in the early hours/late night, I was cruising at 75mph, relaxed into the flow of driving, when right in front of me loomed a gigantic elk buck and his lady friend. She was leading him across the street, single file. I had no time to brake, but luckily he was a car’s-width from her, so I threaded the needle between them, an inch from his nose on one side and her massive haunches on the other.
“HO THERE”, I shouted, as Hawkins flinched awake and stared at the elk next to the passenger window. “ELKS!”
Drove through the land of child brides and bible billboards, until finally we got into Arizona. We spent the night at the Cameron trading post motel, an amazing, clean, silent lodge about an hour from the Grand Canyon. They had frybread on the menu, so of course I ordered enough to fill a backpack and ate it all.
Spent the day at the Canyon. Now I’m in Phoenix.
More updates later.
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Posted by resonanteye on 10/16/2012
Printed originally in “dwelling portably, formerly known as Message Post, Sept, 2001-2005”
A tightly-printed little stapled zine, Dwelling Portably was printed in Philomath OR. I have three or four issues of it, and it would be almost two novels’ worth of typing to get them posted online in their entirety. This zine is CRAMMED with text, tiny tiny text. I’ll try to get the more interesting snippets up.
“”about Chaz’s hobo castle and Ozark land,
I don’t recommend building around campers. Building around something is much more difficult, and the result is not a new building because this old thing is in there. Better to start from scratch and, if you do a good job, you will have something worthwhile when you’re done. If I was doing it again, I would build a straw-bale house.
I now have a far better toilet system, inspired by Joe Jenkins’ Humanure Handbook. I now cover with sawdust, then compost. If done properly, the heat will kill all pathogens, and, in two years, I’ll be able to use the compost directly on my garden. Eastwind Community has successfully used this system for several years, and fertilize their extensive organic gardens. I helped collect one day.
Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by resonanteye on 10/15/2012
I am gearing up! Making salmon jerky for the trip, and figuring out what to pack.
Hawkins caught a gigantic coho salmon the other day. I mean HUGE. I couldn’t lift it.
I’m going to be in Sacto by weds/thurs- I have an appointment to tattoo a friend down there on the 19th, so that’s my last-minute arrival time. I should be in Phoenix by the 21st/22nd.
Looking forward to a little desert time with my desert family.
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