Tuesday, February 27, 2007

In and Out Slippers


My boss' kids started leaving me notes in my slippers (we're very casual at work). As a result I decided to transform them into IN and OUT slippers...

Sunday, February 25, 2007

My Etsy.com Shop Up and Running

The teeny tiny image above represents the banner for my new etsy.com shop. Thanks to those of you who encouraged me to give it a try.

So here's my link:

Thursday, February 22, 2007

Recent Paintings!


I recently subscribed to XM satellite radio. It's been great for my artistic productivity.

Most of these paintings are 30"x40" acrylic on canvas. With the exception of the two girls, those are 20"x24". If all goes well, I hope to set up an etsy.com account to start selling some of these.

Personally, I HATE CLOWNS! Although, seeing that most of my characters are far from happy I thought it might be fun to paint a depressed looking clown.

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Danny Mansmith - One Amazing Artist

One of my flickr buddies, Danny Mansmith, recently posted this image of one of his creations. I have to say, this is hands down one of my top five favorite artistic creations I've seen to date. The figure alone is cool enough but Danny's choice to add blossoms places him in the genius category. Anyway, Danny creates a lot of eclectic pieces. I encourage everyone to go check out his stuff. Even if you're not into eclectic stuff you'll most certainly find some inspiration among his pieces. Here's his link: http://scrap-dannymansmith.squarespace.com/

Friday, February 09, 2007

My New Web Site Goes Live Today!

My new web site launched today! It showcases a lot of my past and present art and photography projects... many of which have appeared in this blog.

Thursday, February 08, 2007

How to Draw a Deer's Head

Another video of my drawing process. This one depicts me drawing a deer's head.

Tuesday, February 06, 2007

How to Draw a Pirate

On Friday I decided to leave work early, opting to go home and do some drawing. While I was at it, I figured I'd videotape the process. This is one of a handful of drawing segments I'll be posting.