Tuesday, July 31, 2007

i want to sink to the bottom with you...

more doodles to fill up the internet.

that's my mission you know - fill up the ENTIRE internet with pictures...

heh...

well, ya... it'll take some doing.


&Rew.

7 comments:

mle said...

Good golly, man! Your doodles are so amazing! @___@

Btw, is that a reference to Fountains of Wayne?

&Rew said...

thank you - that's a really kind compliment.

it's totally a fountains of wayne reference. those guys are badassical.

that song and leave the biker are fantastic.

&Rew.

mle said...

I used to pass this on the way to work:

http://www.fountainsofwaynenj.com/

It's the place that the band named themselves after...

Phineas said...

My friend completed the internet the other day.

I haven't been able to do finish it yet. I've been up for days trying to visit every page. I think I might give in and take a peek at a walkthrough. I know...!!! I know!!! It's cheating, but I really want to get to the final boss.

I guess you could write a program that makes more of your images than there is hard disk space in the entire internet, then you would pretty much own it.

Some day, I think that the internet might crash. I know that there's not a single point of failure, but that's just human's thinking and history has proven that we're not 'that' amazing.

Derek said...

Hey, it's Wade's brother. I came here from his site.

This is my favorite black & white nude of yours, and I had decided that even before I noticed the mushroom cloud.

Paka, tavarish...

&Rew said...

derek - Hey! You gotta enable me access to your profile so's i can go see yer blog. i'm sure you post plenty cool pics of your lego pieces.

good to "see" you and congrats with your new job.

&Rew.

dbol said...

I can't say that I really blog anymore but I do use Flickr:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/dbol39/

A lot of lego builders have switched over to there since we can put notes on specific things we like in a creation and whatnot.

You'll have to plow through some non-lego photos I have but you can just use the sets/groups to avoid them...