For the first time in a long while, I’ve created a new mandala design. Titled Hours, this piece is notable for the segments of twelve on the interior of the circle, and then the sixty block segments making up the outer rim.
I’ve been inspired to create mandalas again this summer. While I’ve already finished this design, entitled “Hours”, I wanted to share some of my WIP pics from earlier in the process.
Since this past May, I’ve been carrying around a small notepad as well as something to draw with, be it a pencil, pen, or marker. Nearly every day I draw within it, creating small square tiles with different designs in each one.
It’s a brand new year, and it’s the start of a brand new art project. Take a look at these WIP images of my latest hand-drawn tessellation design.
Title: Shuriken White Dimensions: 9″x9″ Materials: Pigma Micron Pens; Canson Cold Pressed Watercolor Paper ———- Shuriken White, my second hand-drawn tessellation, is finally complete. The holiday season has made creating artwork take […]
Between ending an old job, starting a new evening job, and preparing for Thanksgiving, there hasn’t been much time to spend to work on my art this week. However, I’ve tried to make sure that I get in at least a few minutes in every day with my drawing.
A fresh update with three new pics to share.
For the first WIP update for my new tessellation project, I’ve got five pics to share.
Earlier this week, I created my second ATC card. This one, “Two Islands”, was designed while in a far better mindset than I was when I created “Infiltration”.
Way back in May, I created my very first ATC card. However, this design came to me during a dark period in my life this year.
Over the course of a very busy October, I got re-inspired by one of my favorite artists of all times, M. C. Escher. “Effervescent” is the product of his inspiration.
Here’s a new WIP picture of my tessellation projection. The details of the repeating pattern are starting to come into focus, though there is still a lot of work to do.
After spending the last week working on my daughters’ Halloween costumes, I’ve finally gotten back to working on my tessellation design.
I’m always on the lookout for amazing pieces of black and white art, both for inspiration and admiration. Today’s inspirational pieces comes from a German artist named Andreas Preis.
At its heart, this design is cracked, but not broken.