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This is my hand drawn monster from the depths of my mind with black and green paint pen. It’s on a 9 x 12 in – 70 weight white drawing paper. Stu dreams about eating the lint that collects in the dryer but has yet to make it a reality. He has bad cotton mouth from singing oldies so he regularly drinks rubbing alcohol. The sound of distant lawn mowers puts his mind at ease. Stu can be yours to cook with. Thanks for the support.
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This is my hand drawn monster from the depths of my mind with black and green paint pen. It’s on a 9 x 12 in – 70 weight white drawing paper. Brycon enjoys licking the dust between blinds when dehydrated. He finds comfort in collecting his fingernail shavings with the hope of creating an excellent back scratcher. Brycon can be yours to sing to. Thanks for the support.
My first back country adventure and a pretty legit one. My friends Rachel and Ed came up from LA and we connected with there friends Jeff, Tam and some other guy that I can’t remember. We did a total of 10 miles in 5 hours.
A video flashback to 2002. While I was attending Elon University in North Carolina I dedicated a lot of time to both street skating and longboarding. My bud Shayne Rivers and I would cruise around campus being creative on our planks of wood. Shayne is rocking a homemade monster board, made from Baltic birch with my monster face artwork on it. This was the board that the LBL Adam’s Old Skool dancer was inspired from. I was rocking either a sector 9 48″ pintail or a homemade board of ours as well, I can’t tell.
Back home after an 8 day trip to France learning the art of speed-riding. What is speed- riding? Well, speed-riding combines skiing with flying. Check out this video of myself, Philip, Lance and Ryan as we take a hectic run together down the mountain.
So you have been poking around the internet, seeing people all over the world doing some rad things you want to be doing, and you think to yourself: “I want to do that; I want to go on an adventure.” You get this beautiful daydream about it, you build it up in your head, but that is about as far as it gets. And soon it was just a dream and the idea fades away. How do I know? I used to be this way and still am at times.
I totally recommend this, and I think it is a great thing to do solo as well, such a peaceful time and a great way to be alone and in your thoughts. A full body work out as well. Only thing, SUP boards are not cheap.