Oh yeah, I'm also glad it isn't inverted AND used. The coloring may have been unique, but it's been done. Check out Lance Ozanix from the band Skitzo. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=INiV4IDcFWcMaybe he could paint a puke skull for you? Anyway, I'm glad to see you had a safe and steady trip.
I wouldn't have guessed this started out life as an air-sickness bag. Nice job.It's probably good you didn't leave this for others to discover, as you have for other skulls. You might have personally elevated the country's threat level.
"sir, first it was your peanuts, then your oxygen mask tubing, and now your air sickness bag. you're starting to alarm the other passengers."
Tatman: Thanks! Yeah, I definitely won't be making any of my own vomit skulls, if I can help it. Tim: Indeed.Terry: Ha! Yeah, luckily there was no one sitting next to me this time.
Noah, from the bottom of my, um, heart, I thank you for not going the way of Lance Ozanix for the sake of your art. Ick. That is proof positive of the subjectivity of art.To think that I could have made money off all those "bathroom wall paint jobs" I created in the 80s... I'd be rich now. Darnit.
Brilliant and humorous.
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