Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Flotsam and Jetsam


Benjamin and Yuki, Toei, Japan


Photo credit: 2005, Hungry Hyaena

5 comments:

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Devo said...

Ooh! Pretty spam! Way to go, HH! You've been de-spam-virginated!

Anyway, I wanted to say something about your unirons (this IS still an unironic blog, right?). Are they like unicorns? Cuz if you drew unicorns and then blogged about 'em, that would give me more happiness than a dog in a hubcap factory!

Mikhail Capone said...

I'd enjoy it if you posted some of your paintings on the blog. I'm curious.

Hungry Hyaena said...

Devo:

I need to install a Spam blocker, but my several attempts have failed.

I have never drawn a unicorn, at least not in a serious painting, but I wouldn't rule it out. I could see one fitting in nicely, at least with the last series.

Mikhail:

I'll tell you what. Visit www.christopherreiger.com, which is unfinished and only shows very old work currently - excluding some painting details on the main pages, but will be finished within the next couple of weeks. You can also go to http://re-title.com/ and search for "reiger." This will take you to a page with a number of more recent works - all dating from 2002-2004 - pictured, though you can not enlarge them. Before the end of October, you will be able to see most everything I've done in the last couple of years on the christopherreiger.com site.

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