My GCSE art final is hung up at my parents house here in Spain.
I’ve been talking a lot recently about finding an art style and I think, despite all the problems with it, this might be the closest I’ve got to. Given that it was over 10 years ago, is that tragic or does it consistency?
I finished all commissions before we left for primavera sound, and although I’ll be opening up commissions when I’m back, I’m also really looking forward to just playing again and trying out some different techniques without any expectation that the result is actually any good.
Inktober is almost over for another year. Here’s a haunted house. The ghosts were getting ready for their annual Halloween party but
Happy Halloween! Here’s a cheesy Word-art-esque picture for your viewing pleasure. We’re seeing some friends today and will then watch a film.
I’ve really enjoyed Inktober this year and, as always, I’ll be sad to see it go. I think that if I’m honest, I do prefer doing my Inktober entries using pen and ink, but it’s been a nice change doing digital pieces. And now, it’s full-steam ahead to Christmas town!
Inktober is almost over for another year. Here’s a haunted house. The ghosts were getting ready for their annual Halloween party but preparation has been crashed by some uninvited zombie guests. Typical, right?
You may not know this, but I’m a HUGE Sparks fan. I try to see them every time they perform in the UK and am always excited to hear about a new project.
This makes me slightly ashamed to say that I still haven’t seen the Sparks brothers documentary (don’t worry, I’ve already seen Annette and loved it). Finally, today is the day where I’ll be watching Edgar Wright’s documentary and I am SO excited.
Here’s my best Ron Mael attempt, hopefully, looking as dramatic as possible.
Can you believe Inktober is almost over for another year? Sometimes in the past Ive found it quite stressful, but this year has been a real joy. im fully ready to get straight into Christmas mode now though.