I don’t even know…
Monthly Archives: March 2009
A little digital painting practice – Copying a Rembrandt:
“The Philosopher in Meditation” is the name of the piece. I like the homey atmosphere and thought it’d be a good thing to work from to practice some lighting and atmospherics.
Going to finish a commission, putting vectors over the freehand sketch, then then hit the sack – It’s one of those sleepy days.
I’ll leave you with this video, which I absolutely adore:
Prague’s Franz Kafka International Named World’s Most Alienating Airport
Pretty literal stuff, as you can see. Here’s page one of the new version (sans speech balloons or being done):
A lot funkier and more experimental this time; I really want to play with what I can do with the watercolor and oil styles I’m trying to mesh, here. It still needs a lot more work, but when the drawing part is finished, I think I’m going to have all the text coming out of that cylinder thing’s fingers.
Speaking of cylinders, I also decided to whip up an O’Neill Colony the other day for a little change of pace and to exercise my nascent 3D modeling skills:
Still needs a little work… Well, now I’ve got something to do while eating dinner.
Oh it is on. There is so content on this blog now.
Last month I applied for an artist-in-residence opening at the Gershwin Hotel in New York City. I’m waiting to hear back on the application, but one of the requirements was an essay about how a stay in NYC would enhance your art career. I thought I’d go the extra mile and do mine in the form below:
I have such a backlog of stuff I can’t wait to get uploaded.