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Wednesday, May 14, 2008

russia, ho!

I'm going to Moscow for a couple of weeks! I hope to rediscover my roots, and maybe even learn to draw airplanes. I bought a special notebook to draw and write in while I'm there, but I'm usually terrible at that sort of thing so don't expect too much. See you later, blog!


Blogger Destino26 said...

Have a nice fly :)


1:31 AM  
Blogger the doodlers said...

Wahhoooeee! Have an enlightening trip. I too have roots in Russia but do not know of the exact location of those roots. It's a big country. (^_^)

12:06 PM  
Blogger Food and Drugs said...

Lucky woman you!
I'd like to know Moscow. It is surely a very inspiring place.
Regards and have a good trip

6:24 AM  
Blogger Kt Shy said...

Have fun and gooood luck with the sketchbook! (I brought one to Europe for 2 weeks and all I did was jot down notes on what I ate and how I was feeling) Great times!

6:38 AM  
Anonymous Pat said...

I'm hoping for sketches of girls in fuzzy hats and Russian circus bears!

11:19 AM  
Anonymous Felipe Ruiz said...

Hi, I love your work. Do you work as a freelancer? My e-mail is

Congratulations for your GREAT art.

11:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, I might be a little out of date, but there is something I wanted to say to you.
I have just been to your "Return to Sender" site after a long LONG time and after reading the massage you left there first of all I understand the process you've been through as an artist, but I'm also kind of sad that you chose, or at least to me it seems like you chose to regard your work there as meaningless. Well for all it's worth, it's not, not to me. I think it's a great piece of work with amazing art, it made me laugh and inspired me. and I'm sure there are other people who feel the same,so have some respect to it!
In the bottomn line I just want to thank you for making me smile and putting the sparkle back in my eyes when it was gone...I wish you all the luck and you can be sure I'll come back here :).

11:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yay Russia. Happy travels.

10:29 PM  
Blogger -Kyle- said...

Me and all....enjoy your trip. Bring me back a big fuzzy hat...or Communism...which ever you can fit as a carry-on.

12:41 PM  
Blogger Eric Orchard said...

Have fun! Try to post!!

12:58 PM  
Blogger Why Edward Juan? said...

have fun vera! take a lot of pictures!!!!

1:48 AM  
Blogger C.B. Canga said...

fun stuff here.

9:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Speaking of Return to Sender, why is down and when will it be back up?

10:57 PM  
Blogger Murray Huber 3rd said...

Just want to swing by and give props to your blog. Love it. I'm always coming by and checking out the latest.

Enjoy the sights, Peace

12:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've always loved your work, and i've been keeping up with your various blogs/sites for years. I finally thought i'd chime in with a point of interest, since people mentioned rts. someone entered an rts crossover into the scarygoround feats of strength competition:
anyway, didn't know if you knew the fellow, or knew about it.
hope your trip goes/went well, keep up the good work :)

8:23 AM  
Anonymous Juanma said...

Tu trabajo es genial!!!!

4:49 AM  
Anonymous Lelo said...

This book sounds very interesting, I'll haev to try and hunt it down and have a look.

2:08 AM  
Anonymous bodypainting said...


2:10 AM  
Anonymous Escuela de Calor said...

Muy bueno, buenisimo trabajo ;)

2:12 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Belissimo trabalho, parabéns. Adorei suas ilustrações!!!!

I love your work, have a good trip!

Beijos do Brasil,

2:24 PM  
Blogger EdZ said...

Antonovs, MiGs and Sukhois oh my!

4:13 AM  
Blogger bajel said...

yeah for vera!

5:54 PM  
Anonymous dima said...

aeroflot ha! awesome work and even more awesome animation!

5:34 AM  
Blogger Aparna said...

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12:26 AM  
Blogger Vera the Fruit Hunter said...

OK, I know this post is from last year, but whatever. My name is also Vera, and I don't even know you (well, my friend follows you on Twitter. Ah, internet.) Just wanted to say that's exactly how I felt on Aeroflot when I visited Russia for the first time since emigrating to the US. Also, to rediscover my roots, as it were.

American pilots are taught to fly gently, to make smooth turns and such. Russian pilots pretend like they're still fighting in the Afghan War. Anyway, I liked the parallel, I suppose.

2:24 AM  

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