|"How about you post your latest Haik-Woo, Dave?"|
He wanted me to show you my new Haik-Woo! He's just the best, most supportive kid brother a guy could ask for! Oh... he was re-reading a card we got in the mail from Huffle Mawson and her family. The envelope has really cool military fighter plane stamps on it! The card was nice, too.
Anyway, I thought I'd go with his idea to share my latest Haik-Woo.* I'm dedicating this one to my mom, from her Guide Dog for the Color Blind.
I can't wait to get into the Studio and get to work!
*Note: Many of you are familiar with the Japanese haiku: three lines, 17 syllables total of non-rhyming verse -- 5 syllables in the first line, 7 in the middle, and 5 in the last. Haik-Woo is similar, only the last word of that third line has to be my favorite word - "woo". It's very challenging to get your point across descriptively yet briefly. And that's why Haik-Woo is quite the art form.