Son of Incogneato (re)enters the Blogosphere

"And don't come back, ya lazy bum!"

I'm Baaack!
(See Son Returns! page to find out why)

43 have said their bit, now it's your turn:

Anonymous said...

I know it's you out there in the blogosphere. Show your face.

Sonnie said...

promise to boost your ego...
hehe...where did your buddy
the armadillo go?

Anonymous said...

see you on the other side....the dog

Tammie Lee said...

Hope there is no more gnashing of teeth in the future, I see you exist in 15 Feb 2010!

Raluca C said...

great illos you made,is a touch of mythology and this twist of mistery and intriguing in all!!I particulary like DECIPIO,for the color option and composition,and her portrait in Expecto!Great work!Tillykke!And thanks for your nice comment!

Flying Colors said...

Undisclosed, that is a sad story about your first site.
Those 1st. sites were terribly hard to make, I still have one that I need to redo at this point.
Seeng this site is an inspiration.
Fabulous work! All of it....

Continua incógnito and gracias for doing it again!

Frøken Meg said...

Så trist at du la ned bloggen på VGB. Jeg elsker bildene dine. Lagrer deg på denne siden.
Hilsen og god sommer fra
Frøken Meg.
http://www.vgb.no/21500

Devil Mood said...

I'm seriously impressed with your work! So you came back falling from space?

Gabriella Moonlight said...

Thank you for your comment on my blog. I do love Fripp and any Fripp fan is a friend of mine! Great art work indeed!

Ciao,
Gabi

ArtSparker said...

Hello, your new portrait looks very patriarchal - or perhaps that is Los drawing you up to the firmament. Hope it was a pleasant trip, It's looking like these may be good years to skip. You should be getting an envelope this week.

Rowena said...

Wow, thanks for your comment. There's so much mystery here, I am thoroughly intrigued. And the art is amazing.

Ah, if only I could be in the future, too, so as to understand the past.

Scintilla said...

Lol, I just saw the date!
Thanks for your comment on my blog.
Positano is quite famous even on a world scale and worth a visit if you're ever in Italy.
It's interesting that you put in in your novel because there were a lot of refugees from Germany, Russia, Poland and even Vienna hiding in Positano during the war, so you wern't too far off !

Your watercolour sketches are really interesting. Each of them seem to tell a story within themselves!

Squirrel said...

This is an astonishing blog. Thank you for visiting mine. There is much to explore here and I look forward to it.

mscherrylane said...

Greetings,

How exciting...to have a real artist who also appreciates my taste in music drop into my blog!!

I'm looking forward to exploring your blog too(but probably after my little escape from the blogosphere- I will stick your blog in my links so I don't forget ;)

Cheers :)

auntiegwen said...

Greetings most interesting man, I popped in to see who was wanting to marry me and found you.

Judging from what's on show, you would fit right in to our house and based on the level of talent, maybe I should be paying you the £1.50 a day !

Son of Incogneato said...

In that case let’s make it £1.75with every third Saturday night off.
Not too sure the present Missus Incogneato is going to take kindly to this, however she’s sure to see the blessings of some extra coinage in these hard times.

Natasha said...

Our first sparring....I mean, meeting was enraging and thrilling. Then, your Gingerbread man story appeared and I was wowed...so I came to visit...the future looks good

ArtSparker said...

That is quite a horrific little cinematic masterpiece by your offspring.

merlyna said...

this is quite a masterpiece...
i suspect you're not from earth... which planet do you come from?

scarlet-blue said...

Hello Son, thought I'd pop over and say a proper hello...
Any dwarfs here?
Sx

lilaphase said...

Nice artwork - thanks for stopping by!

ArtSparker said...

When did the bio request go up?

Son of Incogneato, the seventh son of the seventh son of an ambient tree...

Son of Incogneato said...

I put it up a couple of days ago. I got tired of looking at 'I'm back'.
I like your seventh son bit. That'll make a perfect beginning.

ArtSparker said...

Supported himself while attending college as a sheep counter/dream narrator for the hard of sleeping.

JES said...

Son of Incogneato: rarely duplicated, and then never in more than one dimension concurrently. Dreams of trees. Sometimes sleeps under them. Sometimes dreams of many sheep running into many trees in mid-leap, and dumps these dreams into the confused heads of the hard of sleeping who are paying him good money for the service but darn it, what are they to make of wood-stunned sheep?

(Clever idea, the reader-contributed bio notes. Also a brave one. :)

Kate Lord Brown said...

Who is the Son of Incogneato? Straight talking, sidewinding, treeloving, dreamweaving champion of Ikea stepladders.

Son of Incogneato said...

Ha-ha! I see that Ikea stepladder really made a lasting impression on you, Kate.
Thanks for the description – Straight talking/sidewinding – you got me there.

http://abebedorespgondufo.blogs.sapo.pt/ said...

Good Blog.
Portugal

Natasha said...

Ah Son it's been far too long...how goes it in your world? (That feels like such a Yoda sentence when I write it)

I love this "out-of-this-world" place so I wanted to pass along an award to you. Please come visit my blog to snag it and celebrate!!

Space hugs...

Sparkle Plenty said...

Sound Effects Options to Accompany Blogoshere Re-Entry:
1) Wheeeeeeeeeeee!
2) Aieeeeeeeeeeeeee!
3) D'oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-ohhhhhhhh)
4) smehhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

A pox on Geocities, and I'm glad you're back with stupendous visuals to be visualized. Thanks so much for visiting my blog.

Son of Incogneato said...

Forgot to say - Anybody who lists XTC as a music fav on their blog is a friend of mine.
- Son

Son of Incogneato said...

I did not publish my actual telephone number in these comments; it was my evil twin - Twin of Son of Incogneato. He will pay dearly for this.
I’m sure that several of you were tempted to call me, but I doubt that you bothered to write down the number. Let it be noted that my telephone number appears only on seldom, alchol-fueled occasions . . .

leslie said...

Anyone who lists Flotsam Jetsam and Lagan in their profile "interests" is a friend of mine.

Son of Incogneato said...

Indeed, Leslie. And what would be your favorite? I'm rather fond of Flotsam myself. In fact I have named my hands Flotsam and Jetsam (Flotsam is on my left, Jetsam my right). I haven't quite placed Lagan yet.
There is, in fact, yet another term that belongs together with these three; Derelict. That's easy; that would be my mind . . .

Welcome Aboard!
Son

leslie said...

Do you mean to say you have a third arm???
Well! I am jealous.
And I don't have a 'derelict' either.
I need to speak with management about this...
;)

Caroline said...

Your artwork is amazing! I too am a huge lover of trees...I will be posting many more photos... Hope to see you around my neck of the woods...or corner of the universe...

Anonymous said...

party in your room the scotsdog was here love it love it were all here coz were not all there

Exmoorjane said...

You're not STILL taking it out on those poor darn hamsters???

Totalfeckineejit said...

Son's revenge sounds tres interessant.I must check it out.Meanwhile holding onto the nether regions of a space ship is the ONLY way to travel! Pippip!

ArtSparker said...

Did I win?

joanne May said...

Fabulous Sci fi image, Brian. I like the detail in your work. It is wonderful.
Have you ever seen the series 'Red Dwarf' on TV?
I think you would like it and it might inspire you!
Good to visit you here again.
Jo.:)

Jasmine said...

Good to see you back, or even in the future. This post is an amusing time warp, you have comments dating back months and years but the date of the post is 5 months into the future :)

Sharon Van Orman said...

Good to know that the worm has turned and you will be posting new artwork soon.