March 05, 2004
fine art and good reading
This gorgeous drawing of Neo (found at Keanuweb) was done by a russian artist (and Keanu fan), "Coffs", who has a website with some more lovely artwork, both hand drawn and digital. Check her out.
After you've filled up on eye candy, feed your mind by reading Brian Takle's insightful and interesting essays about the 2nd and 3rd chapters of The Matrix Trilogy.
The Matrix Reloaded: Explained
The Matrix Revolutions: Explained
Then, when you're feeling all smart and brainy, feel free to come do my taxes for me while I learn Funkytown.
| from inside the mind of krix at March 05, 2004 01:00 PM
yah, coffs rawks. i like her collages and some of her poems are really good but a little bit melancholy.
Bwahahahah! No "Brick House"? ;)
Funkytown = excellent bass line. You go girl.
I know it's shadows and light, but Coffs almost has a blond Keanu thing going on up there...
Yeah that is what I thought too....but honestly that is a lovely picture and I could never draw that good......EVER!
Krix, I am sooo excited coz I bought my nephew a Line 6 Bass Pod for his guitar for his college graduation present....so much for his philosophy degree...
Problem is, now I wanna buy another bass guitar and get myself a Pod, too!!! Usually I don't like all the effects junk out there but this rocks.
"Won't you take me to...Fun Ke Town..."
"Fun Ke Town"
*sigh* I should really start drawing again. I sort of lost the time when I went to college and never got back into it. Stuff like this always makes me think of what might have been.
Excellent work (pic and essays).
Me too Mikey2, would be nice to start drawing again...and "Ms" Breeze, I think I could take a shot at it---and will! (someday soon, when not working so hard)
*singing with slight modification* "Won't you take me to...Fun-Ke-Town!" -- gotta luv that tune, really
There is nothing like the Funk. Period. Hope we get to hear your funky self soon!
I bet you will rock Fun Ke Town, Krix. How about some Chic tunes for practicing the funky bass line; they always had great ones, though made for shows rather than fun at practice.
Maybe Boogie Oogie Oogie. I loved them as a kid since they had a girl on bass and a girl on guitar. I was going to be Janice Johnson. So much for that. Just enjoying living vicariously through your new gig. Rock on!
Greetings! Thanks that have placed my pictures. And for your different opinions on it.
whoa..those essays by Brian Tackle ROCKED!!! man,whould i like to get inside that guys brain..
Thanks for posting these,Krix...does the guy have a website i can check out?
Agreed Kaz...very cool...thanks Krix.
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