I just spotted ONEQ on the behance network. I’m loving his work!!
I’ve noticed that my creativity seems to flow better when I lean towards the horror genre. I think a horror style allows for a lot more theatre. You can exaggerate expressions and manipulate lighting effects to create more drama in a piece. Anyhoo, I just said all of that to introduce another of my artworks. 🙂 This is an old painting. It has no rhyme or reason but I enjoyed painting it. I hope you like it!
Hi everyone, I write today in total shame that I haven’t been a “proper” blogger. I haven’t given regular updates. As a matter of fact this is my first post in over three weeks. All the excitement and gusto I felt when I first set up my very own blog has turned into these mental ghosts who haunt and taunt me. They say things like: “huh? It’s been HOW long since your last post? What happened to your big plans for an art series based on the “Matriarch” book? Hmmm? Have you even finished READING the book? HMMMMMM???
I confess, I confess! I haven’t finished reading the book, I’ve been doing everything BUT reading it, ok?
It turns out that I’m quite human. A human who can’t even figure out how to use the italics button on my iPhone when composing a new post. Hence the ‘shouting’ capitals above… I can apparently switch italics on, but don’t know how to make it stop…
Hey, that wasn’t in italics!
And neither is this! Yay!
Ok, back to business. I’m going to make an effort to blog regularly again. But I have learnt not to make any promises! (Aha! She’s catching on!)
Sometimes my posts might not even be about art. But I hope they mostly are because I love art with a passion. Yeah, so, hi again!
P.s. If anyone out there can help me figure out how to make the italics stop please let me know in the comments section!! 🙂
Check out the art of Mi Ju, an artist from South Korea. It’s mind-blowing. Honestly. if I ever meet her, I’m gonna say: “Mi wants to be like Ju”. Okay not really. But the thought will be there.
Herbert Baglione is an amazing street artist that inspires me a lot. You can hear him talk about his art here.
Hi, as I was unable to provide a link to Yoko d’Holbachie’s art in an earlier post, I thought I’d rectify the situation now.
Seriously feast your eyes on the strange little beasts she creates. They are hypnotizing and despite their oddity, beautiful! I would love to meet this talented lady one day.
I love Damian Skinner’s crazy work so just had to share this speedy version of him painting! Awesomeness!