Thursday, September 01, 2005


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8 comments:

brewsmith said...

I found myself lost in this. . .

Hey, just a side note, before you start getting spam comments on your blog, consider turning on the word verification under settings on your account, it requires human intervention before anyone can post. . .

frog and toads wild ride said...

Glad you liked it - when I finished it I sensed right away that it would become one of my favorites. I appreciate that you took the time to look and comment, and thanks for the tip about spamming - I've only had one so far and I just deleted it, but it would be good to be able to block it entirely.
~Jen B

dark-forest said...

cool.
it has a look of oil paintings.

frog and toads wild ride said...

I think so too - in fact, I was contemplating re-creating it in oils or pastels...or something
~jen b

jassy lupa said...

Hey, love your stuff. Do you exchange mailart? I would love your address to send you some of my stuff. Yours is inspirational! Email me and maybe we can exchange addresses?? Hope so anyway.

frog and toads wild ride said...

Hey there - I do exchange mailart; in fact, I mailed you some the other day. It was really weird, because the other day (maybe a month or so ago?) you left me another message and moments earlier, I had bookmarked your site because it looked interesting to me (and still does!). I replied then that I would love to exchange art with you. Time passes rather too quickly on the internet, and when I didn't find your address on your website, I became supersleuth and went back to the website that led me to you (I think it might have been Kiyote(?). There I found a scan of the postcard you had sent, complete with your address. I then took it upon myself to mail one to you (of course, in my procrastinating way, it has taken me until about 4 days ago to mail them, so perhaps you'll get your postcard today). Meanwhile, in answer to your question, yes, I would love to exchange mail art with you.
623 N Baker Ave, Apt D, East Wenatchee, WA 98802
~Jen B

jassy lupa said...

WOW and YIPPEE! I so look forward to a good mailart exchange with you! Look in your mailbox soon and thank you so much.

dark-forest said...

you should try oil or oil pastels.
it's really fun, and allows you to be morenaive.
you can paint with oil pastels then go over with a brush with terpentine, which allows you to dizzolve colors more easily on the paper. you can even use a knife to create interesting texture.