Here it is the second drawing! all finished and good to go. I created this little atmosphere around the subject so there's like a 3D kind of effect to it. I wanted it to feel like a lava lamp or at least have some rhythm to it which it does and I'm. Enjoy the pics!
I am currently seeking galleries/ cafes to showcase my work. I think my body of work is strong and will please everybody in many unexpected levels (yes!) I showed some of my drawings in the B.F.A show at school and there were a couple of paintings that I liked that stood out. One is Pam's abstractions which she paints with latex. The concept is very cool. I love the textures latex can form into and the use of weird colors makes these paintings seem like they came from another world. It's very innovative. I also liked Tony's work because it kinda resonates with some of my earlier work and style (which is still inside of me believe or not) I like it that he's not scared to used urban art even after all the crap I went through when I tried it. Here's some pics of the show! I also included my trio with a close up!
Also this week I started on my third biggest drawing for the series. I decided to follow some advice from Dickson Schneider and others and started on a small drawing made on a big piece of paper. The idea is to over emphasize its delicate aspect and also add a sense of fragility with all the white space. The same drawing on a normal sized piece of paper would not have the same effect. For this drawing I'm going for animation of a single subject. Here are some pics enjoy!