RENDITION OF PREACHERBOT BASED ON THE HIEROPHANT TAROT CARD:
Annette’s first procreate experience. Photo and video. Your browser does not support the video tag
So nice to finish the week with a glass of wine and your love making you dinner.
Drawings from my monthly meetup with Lisa.
Annette, Dan, and me at Nic’s wedding
At Ed and Lacy’s wedding
Annette and I went to mortified tonight. It’s a live show where people read selections from their middle or high school diaries. Your browser does not support the video tag
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Milo loves to be carried around in this laundry basket. When we come home he runs to it.
Reading Two Scoops of Django and trying to apply some of this newfound knowledge on the reboot of the Assassins site. I’ve upgraded the site to Django 1.5 and take advantage of the new extendable AbstractClass user model. Unfortunately django-registration 1.0 isn’t completely 1.5 compatible and still directly imports User directly instead of using the new get_user method. Luckily the folks at django-registration were kind enough to post all the edits you need to make to their code to get…
Ted Meredith won last year’s Austin Improv Assassins. The prize was a handmade T-shirt of him with his gun. I’m thinking the shirt will look great doing reverse screen printing using a past that removes color from the shirt instead of applying ink. In this case I’ll remove the negative space around the image on the black shirt, getting the image above. Confusing? Yes. Awesome? Yes. One of the benefits of this technique is that you get a fadeproof print…
I accumulate a lot of sketches and artwork that isn’t really stand-alone OK but there are still some great aspects. It’s fun to go back through, adding color, and cleaning up the images a little bit. Here are some of the results.
This inkblot turned into a cat.
Drawn on Photoshop CS6 as part of the one drawing a day project.
Took a break from some computer work to draw some folks at the coffeeshop.
Milo likes to sit on top of his fake tree and make crazy eyes at us.
Dreaming of Santa Cruz…
The Night Show enjoyed a popular run at Austin’s Coldtowne Theater. Here the host, Josh Krilov, interviews a guest.
A Klee painting named Angelus Novus shows an angel looking as though he is about to move away from something he is fixedly contemplating. His eyes are staring, his mouth is open, his wings are spread. This is how one pictures the angel of history. His face is turned toward the past. Where we perceive a chain of events, he sees one single catastrophe which keeps piling wreckage upon wreckage and hurls it in front of his feet. The angel…
Drawn in Corel Painter 12 on my Wacom Tablet
A whale drawn in Photoshop CS6 with fan brush.