Thursday, March 13, 2008
3" by 4"
Oil on Gessobord
I realized I'd been so caught up in those weird new colors for my still lifes that I'd gone and neglected the weird stuff.
Here's El Chupacabra for ya.
This is directly from the *original* description from March of 1995 in Puerto Rico where the beast is described as being:
"Covered by fine grey fur with darker spots."
And the famous spikes down the the back:
"Phosphorescent bright colored spine- like appendages that run over the body from head to the end of the back. The spines colors change constantly from red to blue to yellow, to green to orange to violet."
If something like this is sucking your goats dry; you need to be watching your goats a little closer.