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    This is a drawing I did for Rückenkälte zine. The theme of issue number 5 being 'Forms'.
    In return for this contribution I was promised "immense popularity among Germans (and Austrians)", something I have dreamed of since I was small, undernourished child. Rückenkälte 5 hasn't been published yet, but I await Germanic superstardom with baited breath.
    Zine website here:

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    1. JimFromIowa 36 months ago | reply

      I had nothing to look forward to well before that epochal failure.

      As for your celebrity in Deutschland let me say, simply, Ich bin ein Berliner.

    2. dr.quitti 36 months ago | reply

      I hope Rückenkälte wil lkeep that promise - you definietely deserve that immense popularity!! And by the way -- greetings from Germany!!

    3. Anne-Miek Bibbe 36 months ago | reply

      A beauty.
      I hate forms, I get upset by any form.
      I can imagine you getting very famous,
      you do deserve it very much.

    4. Sarall* 36 months ago | reply

      So recognizable...

    5. rueckenkaelte 36 months ago | reply

      Amazing. Germanic stardom of Hasselhoff-like proportions awaits you. Once these lazy authors get their stories done. German punctuality isn't what it used to be…

    6. sacrificetheliver 36 months ago | reply

      I allready love you (Cornelia from Austria)! you see, it's allready starting!

    7. r8r 31 months ago | reply

      "bated" breath means you're holding your breath, barely breathing, while "baited" breath means you smell like tuna. which is it?

      nice drawing, by the way!

    8. David Fullarton 31 months ago | reply

      The tuna thing. Obviously.

    9. JimFromIowa 31 months ago | reply

      Well, it could also be baited in a more conventional sense. Viz, that Herr Doktor Fullarton (as his Austrian Fan Base would address him) might well have his head partially underwater in one of Minnesota's 10,000 lakes with a muskie super tiger lure affixed to his tongue as a kind of piercing and, supposing her stayed immobile long enough his "baited breath" might lead him to hook a world class muskie that would be the envy of all Minnesotans. Esp. that water skiing bear they used to feature in Hamm's commercials.

      But now that I think about it some more I think perhaps the tuna angle is the better one and quite easily solved by relentless brushing and other forms of oral hygiene. I think that following such a path would make the Austrian Triumph yet more powerful. It might also be that I need to throttle back on my oxycontin usage.

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