i actually got not one, but two photographers to come to my studio and take pictures of the things i have been up to these past years that just cant be crammed into even the largest of scanners. one is no less than an art historian and photographer, a dream combo come true, but something about the poor lighting in my studio and number of mediums i cram onto paper, or just my delusions as to what i am drawing versus the photographic evidence to the contrary, it always makes these things never really seem to come out as i thought they appeared. but, i have decided to at least make a lazy post of it as this site is rather neglected as of late.
so, many many thanks to andreas baudisch for the photos, i took some minor liberties with levels and such to try to get it closer to what i think i see when i am in my studio.
stuff i have been going on and on about the past few years. photo by andreasbaudisch.de
now is the time to lose some of these damn intracellular endosymbionts.
hello again dearest website of mine,
i know it has been some time, you have to understand it is only every so often a video game comes along and ruins all efforts for creative endeavour. here is a jpeg to help soothe the degree of abandonment.
you see, something is in the works. not just that one big drawing that will not die, much like a certain video game which seemingly never ends.
also i will update the CV page to include this show that TCGA was in: http://thedrawinghub.org/ | https://www.facebook.com/events/1091321644211617/ (i will add photos if any surface)
ok, have a nice day.
drawdrawdrawdraw. final leg of the giant WIP, aiming to get it done by the 2 year mark. ok nap time.