These past couple months have been… Rough. They’ve been really rough for everyone, myself included. It’s hard not to be affected when the world is on fire, the country is collapsing, everything is closed and/or cancelled, and everyone is fighting. I thought I wasn’t really affected, given my daily routine is pretty introverted, but it turns out that all of this hubbub happening in the world put a real damper on my creative ability. Writing has slowed; I sat down to write a few pages and ended up stopping after a paragraph, haven’t picked it up in weeks. Drawing has almost come to a halt; I started an oil painting with high hopes of having it finished quickly, but I petered out fast.Continue reading Petrichor II – What’s in a word?
Tag: digital art
Low, 2018, In Progress Pics
Lo (lol) and behold! A new piece of art!
I don’t really know where to start on this one. It kind of came about when I was doodling up a bunch of ideas I had. Sometimes I’ll jot them all down into their own individual files and then pick at them one by one, or sometimes I’ll pick at a bunch of them all at the same time. Sometimes they’ll get entirely forgotten, or I just won’t be into the idea enough to get cracking on it. Continue reading Low, 2018, In Progress Pics
Digital Art is not cheating!
A few days ago a friend and fellow artist was feeling down on himself and posted to Facebook about it. Trying to cheer him up, I realized he was in a nasty mood and he said some things about digital art that I was just beside myself to hear that people actually thought that way.
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Interview with Section 8 Magazine: Worlds Sneak Peek
I recently had the pleasure of conducting an interview with Section 8 Magazine. They posed some very interesting, thought provoking questions.
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New Video: Timelapse “Remembering”
Often times I don’t get to share outside of social media, but I like to document my works sometimes by recording my process as it happens. Once it’s done, I can then “fast forward” or “timelapse” the process. In the video below, you will see an 80 times timelapse. This means the 4:14 minute video of the drawing actually took me roughly around 5.33 hours to complete. Here is the final work, for your reference:
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