Your cartoon is a summary of most of my experiences with glue. I can remember building a boat with my son and we were using epoxy to seal a hull section and I scratched an itch on my head... my trend towards male pattern baldness got a bit of a boost that day!
You've a lovely style of painting and drawing - thanks for sharing.Were I to start over (or have more time/space/money) I'd go for historical. Ho-hum.
LoL! Been there, done that!
:DThat's great.I think I've said it before, but you should look into putting together a printed collection of your drawings/comics.jmilesr: I've got some similar stories, but in reverse. I think I've got a number of models with bits of my skin integrated into them!
I have a lot of cats and It goes without saying that more than a few hairs end up painted into models. The only time I notice them Is when I take pictures for the Blog on the Macrco setting.
I haven't had cats for years, but I still find the hairs.My current dog never ventures into the back room (where the painting happens) but I still find hers as well. Very distinct shepherd/husky multi-colored hairs.
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