Tag Archives: graffiti
Thinking of submitting these for an upcoming show called Pancakes and Booze, they sound a bit like the Chocolate and Art show I did last year. This time around, no street photography. Gotta change it up!
I started work on this yesterday with the drawing, and today with the underpainting…And so it begins, Tintin and Snowy in Oil. WIP #tintin #snowy #herge #graffiti #spraycans #oilpainting #underpainting
Two weeks ago my wife and I took a much needed break from work and the city. We went to St Augustine for a few days to visit, take in the city’s rich history (it is the oldest city in the nation, a fact residents are proud to announce) and just kick back and relax. […]
The coloring has begun on the letters of my graffiti/collage/triptych. First was pink, second color I’ve added is blue. I’m thinking maybe white and a light grey for the bubbles. Definitely will add highlights to them once it’s all done. And all I’ll have to worry about is adding clouds and then I’ll be done. […]
Afternoon sketch: Tintin the Graffiti artist. Growing up in the UK, I read every one of Hergé’s adventures at the local children’s library, and at WH Smith’s. My mom wound up buying me more than half of them which I still have.
Seems like it’s been a lot longer than 90 days since I posted on here. Life happens. Still alive, still drawing and taking photos. The new gig as a substitute teacher has taken some getting used to, that’s for sure. Anyway, below is a sampling of what’s been on the menu since.
Yesterday was Earth Day and I came up with an idea late Monday night for a piece. Tuesday turned out to be a very busy day, but I managed to get the drawing down before it evaporated into nothingness. I am not a hardcore tree hugger, but I do believe that we should at the […]