is far from what I am feeling right now. Its Oktoberfest euphoria in Munich right now. This means millions of people squeezing up against each other and coughing in each other’s faces, or worse yet vomiting on each other, E V E R Y W H E R E! Believe me this is a normal happening!  I seem to recall getting sick every time Oktoberfest rolls around. I HATE OKTOBERFEST! There are really smart people who book their vacations this time of year to get away from Munich and Oktoberfest…Guess who has grown wiser this year? Yep, yours truly. Next October I think I will seek refuge in the Venice. There will be NO ONE there. Don’t get me wrong, I love that Munich becomes the center of the world every year at the end of September, its excellent for our economy…I just dont like getting sick because of it. I also heard from a friend, they want to run their own Oktoberfest in Vienna at the same time as Munich! So I cant even escape to Austria if I wanted to! So here is my attempt in expressing my need to lash out and fuel my anger into something more productive 😉

I am loving how illustration friday prompts have allowed me to start developing my fox maiden and bringing her to life. Ok faithful friends, the cold syrup is kicking in. I will be posting my new painting here soon, so stay tuned!


8 thoughts on “Ferocious…

  1. oh, I know about Oktoberfest, not as big as Germany, but I live close to Villa General Belgrano, Cordoba Argentina, and this week starts the Oktoberfest, here maybe you heard of this.
    Rather, they are two weeks in which you can not walk down the street, or make very long lines for fuel in your car, etc..
    Hey I congratulate you on your artwork, you are great artist!

    1. LOL! I did hear that there is an Oktoberfest in Argentina somewhere –its great to hear from someone who is from that area! Oktoberfest everywhere in the world is a problem I see. Thank you for visiting Roberto. Stay healthy!

    1. dont be sad. I went with Mr. Klein, DK and some of his colleagues from Kiev. We walked by a fountain which Mr. Klein called the famous fountain of vomit. I was severely traumatised after that.

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