Category Archive: Art

Paintsketch: No one stays still like a Bodhisattva

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Its hard to find someone who will stay still for a portrait. Thank you Mister Bodhisattva. I did a sketch painting at Cafe Leila in Berkeley. We rolled all over the East Bay… Continue reading

Art Against Mortality

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Sometimes art isn’t made to last forever. Sometimes I worry. We aren’t all printed on heavy weight archival paper, made to last a hundred years. I don’t store myself in a special drawer… Continue reading

Call me Ishmael

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Having been driven to distraction by my current residence situation, I chose on this day to endeavour to make a fresh Plein aire painting. Surely this would wash from me the distasteful business… Continue reading

Two Bridges

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This month I found a secret spot. It’s just a side of the road in one of the East Bay parks. But boy is the view nice! That eastern span of the Bay… Continue reading

Hot Mess: An Experimental Painting

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Some paintings are pure experimentation. This one is four experiments on top of each other. It started with me trying to make a master copy of Van Gogh’s sunflowers. I got nowhere even… Continue reading

Soul Self Portrait

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Here’s a new oil painting I had some fun with. I’m trying a few new things to stretch my limits. This one uses Gamvar gloss and gold leaf. It takes a lighter touch… Continue reading

Shroom Raider – Goatfight!

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It’s time to fight a goat. Do you have what it takes? Ouch. This round goes to the goat! Shroom Raider had better pick herself up if she’s going to find those magic… Continue reading

ORCRIST 1.1 – not an ambi-turner

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Do you have trouble understanding other human beings? Can’t get what they’re thinking? Do you ever just get tired of humanity? You should make yourself a robot. I want to introduce you to… Continue reading

24 Hour Comic Book Day: Results

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Whew. It took me a few days to recover and get a post going. 24 pages is an insane amount of work! I could only manage 18.  Lets do it. I intended to… Continue reading

24 Hour Comic Book Day: Ready, Set, Go!

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The day has come. I’ve been looking forward to this for weeks. It’s time to make comics. Here’s the rule: create 24 pages of comics in 24 hours. I’ll be working from 10… Continue reading