It’s taken me a little longer than I thought to come up with some art for the “woodworkers obit shirt” (in days, not actual hours of work). After looking around for inspiration, I eventually came up with the perfect solution! on using…. A coffin smoother! I like having a couple layers of meaning, if not a little but of punny-ness. Here is the line art of what I have so far… The art still needs some finessing, (shading, detail, some typography… but...
I’d like to thank all the LumberJocks donors for your financial support. It helps to keep this site free to use for everybody. It’s January 7, 2010 and as I mentioned in my LumberJocks Donation Drive 2009 post, it’s time for a random draw. Following 10 LJ donors are going to receive a cool LJ shirt: Dadoo gene Jim Bertelson cajunpen TreeBones NBeener RAH robbi LindaC Bob Babcock You can donate and support LJ anytime on our Donation page. ...
You can now wear white after Labor Day! Just went in to check out my (dusty) online store, and I noticed that I didn’t select White T’s as an option (as I finally went to get one for myself). So I edited the store and in addition to several color options, Plain white is also one, and surprisingly, $5 cheaper than the more colorful offerings, and not to mention white goes with everything… I’ve also reduced my (small) commission on the sale of these and my...
Here’s what all the fashionable jocks will be wearing the rest of the summer: (especially those with a nice off-kilter sense of humor and/or wordplay like mine…) Not only is it an “Air Plane” but it’s gone one step further and is a remote controlled (model?) air plane!This was a fun one to design, and I can’t wait for mine to show up in the mail! I’ve also reduced my (small) commission on the sale of these and my other shirts at printf...
There’s a quote, something to the effect of “I’m so far behind I’ll never die”... If that’s true, and we need to finish everything we start, I’ve come quite far in my quest for immortality. Why is it that I never seem to get anything done? Could it be the 60+ hour weeks? Trying desperately to cram projects, familytime and relaxation (you know, naps) into every weekend. Could it be jockeying for computertime, attempting to maintain three other blogs...
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