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Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Long Ago and Far Away ...

This is Katy Keene, who had her own comic book and paper doll, for whom I drew countless items of clothing and from whom I had hours of enjoyment, playing out fantasies of womanhood. I think a lot of people are doing the same thing in Second Life, working out some fantasies and discarding others.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

The Proof is in the Video






Osprey demands video so here it is, though Bear says he is embarrassed to have this rehearsal footage made public. He said he is just getting accustomed to the madness of the theatre and he needs a few more performances under his belt -- er, collar?

Teach a Man to Fish-Farm

Teach a Man to Fish-Farm

Thursday, April 07, 2011

Moving to Cowell!



I believe this is the building we are considering renting in Cowell, at Salazar Jack's Seaside Village. The entire build is beautiful, so it is difficult to choose one space over the others. If Lucy, Osprey and I agree and rent one of the buildings, we will have a great time fixing it up!

Union of Concerned Scientists Cartoon of the Month ... APRIL 2011

The cartoonist, Joe Heller, lives in Green Bay, Wisconsin, my home town; he works for the main newspaper, The Green Bay Press-Gazette, and his cartoons are syndicated, so I cannot post one here without violating his copyright, but his cartoon is the cartoon of the month at the Union of Concerned Scientists' website, and it is really great.

Monday, April 04, 2011

A Star Is Whelped!

The Matinee Idol As A Youngish Dog
As a last minute substitute, Bear was brought in to perform as "Sandy" in the Bay Area Houston Ballet Theatre's production of "Annie", April 15-17, at the University of Houston Clear Lake. For more information on the performances, visit the BAHBT site.

The Bear caught the theatre bug immediately. He secretly plans to steal the show. How do I know? He talks in his sleep!

Saturday, April 02, 2011

You Asked For It, Os!



This YouTube video was filmed on my iPhone, looking at my computer screen into Second Life, where Osprey was fighting in the inworld game Combat Cards. Layered enough for you? And the app I used, which Osprey recommended, mimics old 8mm film. The particular style I chose was 70s.

Friday, April 01, 2011