I post some of my stuff on my IG account.
Note: Image not color corrected.
Right now, I’m just trying to correct some perspective issues and work on texture vs reflected light. The left side is heavily corrected, but I haven’t touched the right side yet.
I try to think more expressionist-ically, but always wind up in my own “Is it good enough for Isaac Levitan?” trap.
I also have to add, “scumbling” for a true visual feel is hard as hell.
Holy crap, this is the kind of painter I live for.
The composition, the color harmonies, the bold and deft brushstrokes. This painting is sooo good.
I’ve made some changes to my header over on my thread, and posted a few more images.
I recently adapted a project I started a couple years ago into a series of 100 tiny magnetic paintings for an interactive art installation.
Brought a blue marker to the meeting today. I started out just allowing myself a right-hand border, but as the awkwardness devolved into shouting between our PMs and the contractor, I found solace in a clockwise spiral and a portrait of some stranger who wears clothes a bit like mine…
There was this drawing program online that I can’t remember what it was. Here are a couple of my sketches.
A portrait of one of my colleagues as an ace pilot (an apt metaphor for how great her work is…) from a meeting where she was presenting on the quarter’s work.
Not my art, because this silkscreen was made before I was born. Salvaged from a building that was about to be torn down, on the Stephens College campus, Columbia, MO. Bonnie Cashin was a famous fashion designer: inventor of the Coach Bag and the concept of layering, and a pioneer in sportswear. Philip Sills was a clothing manufacturer.
Fireball Man Goes Under Water
Crayola Supertips (with toddler-mashed tips) on bible-weight mead comp book.
Been working on my product photography. This one is six photographs all shmeared together.
It’s a piece entitled The Munchies.
One of my least favorite mixed drinks
I have been using this time indoors malarkey to brush up on my Photoshop skills again.
The line drawing was downloaded from 2000AD as part of their free bundle to keep us occupied. Apparently it was for kids… I coloured it anyway.