Authentic ft. Sarah Sass Biscarra Dilley Chosen by Sass, this word took me on a ride. I ended up thinking of authentic in terms of origin and sourcing with commodities. Thus we have Mz Frankenstein made fully out of human parts, shopping for human hair … Read More →
Category Archives: Drawing
I meant to have a serene slumber party of meditative creation with a visiting artist Stacey Evans. I invited a new artist friend Tara Byars and should have known that the night in fact would be caffeinated whiskey induced spastic creation. That’s not my comfort … Read More →
Not sure it’s a good sign that Part 1 was just before this, but I was sick and at a party where I didn’t know anyone, but where the lights were dim, music flowing, projectors on, and conversations blending. I was ready to take a … Read More →
I was in a coffee shop attempting to remember how to draw. A past acquaintance found me and the uncomfortable conversation that unfolded gave birth to much frustrated, mistaken, but emotional creativity. Just thought I'd share.
My cubicle-mate acquired the nickname “Young David” while at trial. After being extremely loopy I used the hole-punched tissue paper separating our office’s sheet protectors as tracing paper to adapt the sculpture of David.
This girl is great. I love her sketches and scraps the most (oddly enough). Great hand for drawing, and great eye for where to add color.
Great line quality. Also creative decision making to add Nguyen’s own signature to what he is sketching. I want that line!
Something so little as shape produce DRASTICALLY different manifestations of an idea. Idea: Colorful. Compare Arnaud Loumeau’s geometric piece above with the organic free flow of Stephanie Toppin below. Anytime I try to aim for organic free flow it often comes out as a repetitive … Read More →
A master of hair. He knows how to use silhouettes to put all the focus on his strength.