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The art blog of Eric Hammond - freelance Illustrator, Writer, Cartoonist & Poet from Grand Island, Florida.
1. RuneDoodles

I call these RuneDoodles.
I don't post it because it is great art (though some of them are kinda groovy looking), I post it seeking advice. You see, whenever my brain is idle, I draw one these things. Apparently my brain is idle an inordinate amount of the time, because I have thousands of them... on napkins, the back of junk mail, graduation programs, ticket stubs. They vary widely in style and complexity. The only thing they have in common is their uselessness - I can't conjure up an application for them. This one sort of resembles a tattoo one might find just above the backside of an inebriated sorority girl, but other than that, I'm stymied. So I thought I would throw this out to you, my treasured little group of friends, in hope that someone could figure out a marketable use for them.

I mean... how many sorority girls can there be?



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