First homework assignment from Noah’s Art Camp. Compositional studies of master works. It’s like college all over again, except I’m learning to paint digitally this time!
Sketchbook Cleaning I
Sketchbook cleaning is a necessity when you draw a lot. It’s not so much cleaning as it is pouring…
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Here’s the finished piece for An Artist A Day -
“Cephalopod Visit”, oils, 2013.
- and a detail shot…
Lots of new stuff in the works.
Designing websites – that’s what weekends are for, right?
Hello out there!
If you’re reading this, you’ve discovered my first art blog post. Congratulations! Have some sketches from last weekend’s Sketchy Saturday event at One Grand Galleryhere in Portland, OR. 2-hour figure study with a professional fighter as model.
I’m excited to get this blog goin’. Much more interesting and elaborate posts to follow.- JT
[O]bjectification is not about presenting yourself as a sexual being—or even as an object of sexual desire. After all, that is a normal and fairly universal human urge—who doesn’t like to feel attractive sometimes? Objectification is about being dehumanized by being reduced solely to a sex object.
I’M GENUINELY SCARED RIGHT NOW HOW DOES SOMEONE EVEN FUCKING DO THAT
and I still wonder….where is his oscar?
The wonders of Japanese television.
A collection of Otis’s most derptacular moments.
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