That's right, there's a volume 2 in the works. I know it probably seems like I have been ignoring the whole Anytown family. Like I'm sleeping on the job or something. That simply is just not true. It is true that I have been diverted on occasion with other projects, like #WEIRDQUARANTINETREES, but most of my creative energy has been spent working on Volume 2. In fact, I hit a pretty major milestone. Volume 2 is halfway completed. I have 102 pages complete, the final goal is 200 pages. Who's sleeping on the job now?
If you enjoyed Volume 1, you are going to enjoy Volume 2 even more. First, it's going to be longer, by about 54 pages! Not only that, the art has been dialed up a notch. I would say I turned it up to an eleven. The story line is a continuation of the lives and events of the characters from Volume 1 - but they all lost 15 pounds and got boob jobs.
Stay tuned for updates on characters, stories and availability.
That's right, you can buy small pieces of art from a vending machine in locations around Elgin, Illinois. See the link for Oddball Art Labs https://www.oddballartlabs.org/art-vending-machine/
Old cigarette machines were restored and converted into art vending machines. I'm going to state the obvious. All pieces of art sold in the vending machines are the size of cigarette packs.
These are hot off the press and are not yet sent to the machines. This is the first art project I have done with Oddball Art Labs. I am looking forward to the Post-Covid world to get to know this group better and get more involved.
You may have guessed it since you are visiting my website, but I'm a total nerd and I love a good jigsaw puzzle. So I am looking into getting a puzzle manufactured with this image.
And why would I stop at one? Stopping at one just doesn't sound like me.
3 bunnies in a tree with guns, what could possibly go wrong?
The technique of drawing on masonite started with vending machine art. It inspired me to work on larger pieces. Here in the corner of my studio (she shed) the next board to become artwork. 24" x 48" We'll see!