A nod to my sci-fi roots (slightly humorous).
If you click on any of the art on this here blog, it pops up larger in a new window. I don’t think that’s intrinsically obvious which is why I have mentioned it here, though it will likely get lost amid the rest of the posts, but there you go.
At right is ‘Ash Boy Face’. I started out trying to paint a picture of one of our cats, Ash. I started out and realized it was beyond my feeble talents, but I thought this rough attempt was funny enough to keep. That’s exactly how I see him – that strange expression. Yes, I know it doesn’t look much like a cat.
‘Tolerance for Chaos’
Random doodling and a healthy interest in the female form (that sort of glows).
A digital art piece created with virtual pencil, spray paint, roller, and ink.
While listening to ‘I’ve Lost You’ by John Lennon or some such song.
Texture, color and a famous war combine in this one.
Totally random cartoon. He looks old and perhaps he is thinking about something he once knew but has forgotten the exact shape.
An exploration into the shape of consciousness or just some scribbling?
A cartoon figure. Familiar shapes. Scratches on the surface. Look deeper and find society’s clues into gender.
I am not classically trained whatsoever, so this headless woman has a body, but no hands.
Another in my digital paint series. This one was done at home with my PC using a mouse. I am investing in a USB tablet interface, though, since that is so much easier to use.
… and a new way of painting. This is the digital age and so why not digital painting? Done with Art Rage.
No, this ain’t Microsoft Paint bucko. It’s a whole new world of possibilities.
This was my first art drawing/mixed digital media work thing. It was done on a Toshiba tablet PC. It’s called, uh… well… ‘Clown’ or ‘Clown Man’ or you pick a more clever title.