|zatojones - 2008-11-03 |
|Screwtape - 2008-11-03 |
I've been trying to get a Lacey pancake painting for months now on Ebay but I'm always getting outbid. If this thing gets too big, I'll never be able to get one.
I can't help but thing we completely broke him. In a good way.
Hurricane Gustav was nearly mine...
|HURF BLURF DUH - 2008-11-03 |
Amazing. And thus, PoE is made flesh.
|chairsforcheap - 2008-11-03 |
|chumbucket - 2008-11-03 |
why YouTube should exist
|Dharma - 2008-11-03 |
The harp music really makes it for me.
|baleen - 2008-11-03 |
The Faithmouse guy is pretty cool. Even though he's a rightwing Catholic.
j lzrd / swift idiot
Yeah, Dan is a enigma wrapped in an riddle bound within a conundrum. He probably has the most awesome and convoluted Origin Story about how he got here on Portal of Evil.
And now, thanks to archives of a Japanese rabbit-fancier from, like, a decade ago, the man behind Faithmouse has found an outlet for artistic absurdity.
All of this makes me want to go delving and spelunking into the Faithmouse archives on PoE proper, because I seem to remember Tal-Pass Portax and Dan art wars or something. Maybe I'm thinking of the DeviantArt archives.
|kiint - 2008-11-03 |
i'm gettin kinda hungry too, lady....
|Chizmurder - 2008-11-03 |
I have no idea what to make of this. 5 stars for confusion.
|Albuquerque Halsey - 2008-11-03 |
see what i did? i'll do it again if you missed it...
|B. Weed - 2008-11-03 |
6:40 - 7:50: That made water come out of my eyes.
|Corman's Inferno - 2008-11-03 |
Dan Lacey is the Thomas Kinkade of the 21st century, but actually talented.
|love - 2008-11-03 |
|revdrew - 2008-11-03 |
You crazy, lovable bastard.
|Meerkat - 2008-11-04 |
Leslie reminds me of Ms. Starmole.
|Testicles of Doom - 2008-11-04 |
The fact that he can paint portraits with that much talent, and then chooses to add pancakes to them is so fantastic.
|Petrus - 2009-06-07 |
|kingofthenothing - 2010-05-22 |
even... what has it been, a couple years? A couple years later, this is still weird and cool at the same time.
"Why do I like pancakes? Well, what is there not to like about pancakes? Pancakes never destroyed my holy statues. They never charged me 34 percent interest, or restricted access, or closed the Statue of Liberty. Pancakes never abandon children to the angry Guatemalan rain. They never accepted an honorary degree when they knew a better pancake was waiting somewhere in the wings, wearing a red dress, playing the piano, drinking a Clamato. Pancakes never flew sorties. They never conducted an audit, or colonoscopy. But they always roamed free. Pancakes always stepped on the grass, at every opportunity. They rollerskated nude past construction sites, on sunny days. I've never been disappointed by a pancake. I don't believe I ever shall."
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