He’s all finished! I certainly hope he will be enjoyed in his new home when it arrives! I didn’t get a video of this one because it was the first time I had ever shrank a poster sized image down to an A4 sheet of paper. It was difficult, but I do love a good challenge!
This year, when I took my annual trip to the States, I decided to stop through Oregon to see a couple of friends. That is a stunning state to visit, I do have to admit! The scenery changes every 30 minutes. Mountains, ocean, desert, plains, everything is there to see. I grabbed a few pictures to show my travels
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On Monday, July 4th, I will be taking a trip to the states. I make this trip every year, but this time I will be making a “side quest” to Oregon! I am sure LOADS of photos will come!
I will only have 4 days in Oregon, so my camera will be pretty much an extra appendage. Hell, sounds good to me! It’s been a while since I got any new photography. I may even see about getting a cheap tripod for some decent shots. We shall see.
This is definitely not my normal but it has proven to be pretty fun.
This work is a representation of certain religions. From Eve, to the tree of knowledge, to the serpent, to the burning bush, to the crosses, and finally, to its end (shown to the right).
I actually cleaned my art room! There aren’t any boxes and packing materials laying everywhere. The drawers have all been put away in their right places. All my finished artwork and posters have been put away. Well, except the 4 that are standing at the back. I am way too proud of those to pack them out of sight. A signed and an unsigned poster from Socionic, a “stolen” poster from a Combichrist concert, and one from an underground dark/darkwave festival that I attended right next door to my house.
Occasionally, I will hit the record button on my camera to capture my artwork in the creation. Here are a couple of results when that happens.
We all have our favorite supplies. Being a graphite artist, I am curious about other artists’ graphite preferences. Let me know what pencils you like to use in the poll below! ?
This project was inspired by my need to stand while drawing.
I bought myself a painter’s easel, but they don’t have anything to place your paper on if you want to draw. I went to the paper store and bought a large piece of foam and a large piece of cardboard and fused them together with lamination glue. Then, I just wrapped the edges in a patterned tape.