Got to meet some great people last night at my second #Raw show in Columbus! Thank you so much guys! #Repost from @amyewills
Hanging out at @shadowboxlive for the #RAW AXIS event! So many talented artists but @benclayjones and I think @schmandr3w is our favorite!
#asseenincolumbus #ShadowBoxLive #614 #Art #ColumbusArt #SuperHeroes #CCAD
THE LAST ONE
i fuckin raise you:
It’s not about
the level of
It’s the fact
about the world
^The next time someone asks why I like Animated Movies.
This is really important.
I know this book says mental disorders but as a Diabetic, I sometimes feel this way. Like I try not to mention it if no one asks type deal because I don’t want them to ask whether or not I can or can’t do something because of it.
Someone actually made a useable model of Marty’s Coffee Mug Bong from Cabin In The Woods, and I need it in my life.
i’ll take 10
Is it bad that all I could think of was “oh, that’ll hold my daily coffee intake”?
the concept of liking someone and them liking you back and you deciding to date each other literally just fucking baffles me because it has never once happened for me in my entire life
how are you all doing this
how are you people making it look so easy
how are you finding people who like you back and want to date you and then actually do it
I haven’t sculpted anything in years—3, to be exact. The last time I picked up Sculpey was in my Illustration Methods class. We all slaved over that project—sculpting for days and then slapping paint on at the last minute. I think what was even more disappointing than my finished sculpture was the ugly, streaky, plastic acrylic paint I tried so hard to make work with the time constraints. Ugh. Terrible.
Fast forward 2014: I recently saw Paranorman for the first time last month (why did I wait?!) and just saw Boxtrolls (a beautiful film that is so well executed in every way that I want to throw up). This explosion of inspiration + long days at work speeding through art resulted in blowing the dust off my sculpey. I just want to slow down and really spend time on something personal.
So here is the progress. I’ve got a 70% finished head attached to a crude torso. A long way to go. Tonight I spent a few hours painting in Photoshop over a photo I took of my character. It serves as a color study for when I paint this guy, and it could possibly be a new technique for making illustrations in the future. It would be super fun to build out some scenery, photograph the whole thing, and add in some details in Photoshop later.
I’ve been pondering who exactly this guy is and his story. The original plan was a mysterious/creepy bellhop.
Currently taking name suggestions! :)
This is my friend who’s first digital painting was done with a mouse sophomore year of college. It won an award in a show…NOW, she has a tablet and continues to blow my mind with ridiculously amazing stuff. I love how creative this process is.
I hope you do more, Marissa! :)