'Void Ripper' is the second oil painting I've finished in a really long time. It's sitting in my living room drying right now. You can see a process shot from early July on this blog. It’s ended up less abstract than it started, I can dig that. A sky and a tree is truer to my internal compass of what I paint.
I’m typing in simple English right now since I just recovered from a week long flu, well, barely, still coughing and lethargic. Luckily, getting to the point again where I feel annoyed if I’m not entirely productive. I don’t know if I have anything else to say, just trying to not feel so craptastic about the world and this year on a personal level.
An evening piece inspired by faraway places.
This is an abstract piece inspired by the camphor tree in My Neighbor Totoro. Got to use my blue/green Zigs for it. Happy!
Happy little river and trees.
Finished oil painting that I started last August. Three visits home ago I made it to a studio session with my Mama. Today we went again and I finished this piece.
New Work! A wizard in the forest.
Gift for my robot.
Layer 1 of a giant canvas painting.
I almost refrained from this post because it would push down my Design Agency piece… Life goes on!
Two takes on the airplane wing - Land & Sky
Unfortunately my phone camera couldn’t capture the view and sketchbook!
There is so much to catch you guys up on… Can’t stop shipping ⚓
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SBP. More progress! Have you ever seen the backside of a marker piece? Sometimes the backside is as interesting as the frontside. Life adage or something, right?
Doodles. Check out this haunting motion piece, Danielle. I sketched that while watching those 5 minutes. She really does have that gaze. The happy little tree sketch is inspired by my Kinokuniya tote.
Supplies. A hoard of various papers from Flax! A little Moomin who will now live on my traveling pouch of sketch materials. Thanks Liz!