oh my gosh....where did you get that great gun drawing? one of your childhood ones?
its simple but atractive!!
this is totally Burroughs' dream gun, Fredfree!
that gun is the star.
oh yeah, God shall be praised for all the security and paperwork! and for long necks.
niceee you ar doing well for urself fred
so true. i'd have the message gun without the rest.
yes...good mixing with the drawing
got to defend those little insurance policies!!
The secret compartment--an absolute necessity to warehouse all the latest in bizarro weaponry. The drawing is a superb vehicle for this piece...it's childishness contrasting with an issue that definitely isn't. (If you did the drawing, my compliments to your inner child, who appears to be quite talented!)
thanks - my inner child didn't draw it, but probably would have some 35 years ago or so. found it!
super duper. man, i drew stuff like that gun when i was a kid. is that your drawing, or the random cowboy's, or is it found? - if you don't mind my asking. just makes my curiosity itch.
thanks - so did i! i found it in a kids book i bought recently called "famous investigators"! it's from 1963 and smells like a basement, but in it there are illustrations of detective scenes and drawings of objects like a magnifying glass, fingerprints and guns. so someone in the last 46 years was very inspired but forgetful. unless this was their own art book installation project. either way - my gain. :}
Nice, I want one of those all in one weapons of choice.