An artist I know never seems to finish “pieces” but he is always working on something it seems. I’m finding this mentality more and more attractive. It allows the piece to defy finity and the option of continual growth. Here is a revision of a “finished” piece. Here is the original.
The third print in a series of three called Over Time. I was thinking about time, landscapes, and human civilization. Intaglio.
These are a couple recent drawings that express my current focuses: spaceships, man made landscapes, and epic cosmic events. My favorite of the two is the top one (The Great Project). To me this hiker/traveler has just topped a ridge next to a giant tree and is witnessing a huge cloud formation with a fighter jet racing out of its epicenter. A nuclear blast? Portal? Sideways hurricane?
This is an oil painting I did of Yasma Runnion for a charity competition. Details on who she is can be found here at the Star Wars: Darkness and Light forum. Because oil paint is always better in person I’ve included some details:
My thoughts are that she’s just been shot down by friendly fire, but of course lives to tell the tale.
These are some recent drawings I’ve done. Lately I’ve noticed a drawing deficit of over 300% in my lifestyle. There is urgent need to change this trend and to begin turning a surplus I have had some fun doing these quick drawings.
This is a recently finished painting that I have been working on for the past couple months. I still haven’t fully digested its meaning.
Inspired by space elevators and water: