This week’s “So You Think You Can Paint” was filled with trendsters wanting to check it out as part of SF’s featured micro-hood the “mid-riff.” The walls were full of flowers and landscapes to boot, I took the opportunity to see how fast I could … Read More →
Category Archives: Scraps
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.
I was extremely ambitious with my print, so it came out pretty grungy. On the plus side, I've found that the ink thoroughly saturates the water color paper if I USE A FORTY OUNCE AS A ROLLER over the block.
Now I just got to stamp the rest, and come up with language for the front!
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.
I’m making some temporary business cards (mainly to easily distribute my contact information to neat SFists). ✓ ➊ – Watercolor Ground ❒ ➋ – Linoleum Print ❒ ➌ – Script & Sign Next I’m designing some icons, throwing one on the back of each of … Read More →