Fools Gold 4 (TP 4)
A piece from a series about the abstract value of commodities. The distinction between how the same image can be replicated on two different materials of varying value. Resulting in a reverence for the one created on the more valuable commodity, even though the underlying image is the same with both pieces. This item doesn’t use two different types of paper to create a diptych, instead is simply and blatantly using a single sheet of toilet paper to articulate this.
First sitting, building up the figure and testing out the presentation.
Turns out there is a use for Photobucket. Back to Photoshop, bleh.
Environment vs. Heredity (version 2)
5 minute sketch. I seem to be the only one who likes this one.
Couldn’t sleep so I sketched.
I’ve got a wicked cold so I’m just going to post an old mini-drawing. Not to mention I think I’m misusing the Tumblr app..
I was suckered into doing some blind contour drawings, which are things I’m not really a fan of. In the end (I’ll admit) I enjoyed working on them and the final product.
I drew dead things at the Mutter Museum. Need to do it again when I don’t have a horrible headache.
I love that never ending circle when one project leads to another.
Playing around with a concept. I’ll post a better picture later on.