Monthly Archives: September 2011

Clueless in Berkeley

So now that Josh Fattal and Shane Bauer are back in the U.S., I still wonder why two seemingly intelligent boys and a girl would go hiking in one of the most dangerous places in the world. I can also … Continue reading

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Self Portrait

This is what I really look like. People are always telling me “Geez, you look like a cartoon!” So I tell them  “Well, that’s what happens when you spend your life having fun.”

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Hot Rods, Rat Rods and Customs

Hot Rods as art? What do you think? Here’s a few rods to look at from the Billitproof show in Antioch, Ca. last Saturday. Personally, I am in awe at the time spent pounding, molding, sanding and painting (or not … Continue reading

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Lucille’s Story

B.B. King: Lucille Speaks Perhaps B.B. King’s most identifiable trademark is his guitar Lucille. Lucille has been with B.B. since 1949. The story has been told many times before, but for those of you not familiar with the details, here … Continue reading

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Animation Insider Interview

This is an interview I did last May for the Animation Insider web site. You can find out all the scoop by going to http://www.animationinsider.com/2011/09/william-reed/ Thanks for looking.

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Mindi Abair Painting

This is my larger version of Mindi Abair painted with acrylics on a stretched canvas 20″x24″This is the largest figure painting I’ve done thus far and was a real challange since I am used to working in a smaller format.

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New Fashions from the EPA

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