1989 Plymouth Voyager III
Matt just called this a car chakat.
He’s not wrong.
Album art for an upcoming record from Février, a super talented (and very nice) musician buddy out of Colorado.
You can listen to select tracks from the album on his Soundcloud page, and pick up his previous albums via Bandcamp. The new disc drops September 16th online, but Boulder, CO locals can snag copies a big sooner at the live show at Dead Leaf Arts this Saturday the 13th.
It’s perfect painting music — check it out!
mrpeanutbutter- said: Ok I have a question. What are your thoughts on the furry community and what inspired you to draw like this? :) I love your art so much
I’m totally delighted that furries are into BoJack/my art in general. I’ve always drawn this way. When I was six, I drew myself as a cat who dressed and behaved like Weird Al Yankovic (that was the coolest thing I could imagine being).
I read the Furry Fandom wikipedia page to brush up on my knowledge and this description definitely fits : "…interested in fictional anthropomorphic animal characters with human personalities and characteristics," but I’m not a lifestyler & don’t find it erotic.
I draw cartoon animals that don’t fit into the furry “vernacular” lampooned in Furry Force. But I’d totally consider myself an active participant of the fandom. I have a lot of friends in it and I frequently travel to visit them. We meet up at conventions, draw, publish comics and make other creative output. If that makes me a “lifestyler,” so be it.
There are definitely aspects of media associated with the furry fandom that appear strange or alien to many, especially content that appeals to persons with very specific fetishes (never mind that unusual fetishes exist outside of the furry fandom; but I guess it’s easier to lump all the stuff with less mass appeal in with the furries, isn’t it?) When traded around the internet by an unintended audience with a shocking or humorous intent, or appropriated for a parody cartoon about how “gross” furries are, it leaves me feeling sad that such content would be fodder for jokes at the expense of others, especially for something so mean spirited.
Some details on the print copy of PIES. It is a new edit of the material, not the same as the web version. It is digest size, 114 pages + cover, 8.5” by 5.5” and weighs in at a heavy-for-it’s-size 10oz. Printed here in Seattle, WA on heavy, bright white paper with a really fantastic to feel felt-texture cover. All pages are printed in black on color machines which gives the black an amazing richness. It doesn’t show in the photos because I don’t have a close-up lens but the printing on this is down-to-the-pixel crisp. It really looks fantastic. PS PIES was not drawn huge and shrunk, it was drawn at around about this size.
PIES is available directly from me at my square store (US only)
I am currently researching for webstores that will work internationally!