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.
Are you part of the gigantic blogging community known as Tumblr? I definitely am, and if you are too here are five of my favorite art-related Tumblr blogs that you should be following!
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.
ATCs hold a very special place in my creative heart. They epitomize the concept of “good things come in small packages.”
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.
Originally posted on April Vinding:
Last night I came across this rather interesting quote on “modern art”. I actually sat back and thought about it for quite some time, and it really does make an interesting sort of sense.