Ce n’est pas fini – “Here comes tea”
the swift hunter of the night relishes the advantages of photo pollution
Yet again, Jake Parker’s brilliant Inktober initiative is upon us.
Have been looking forward to it, whilst feeling daunted at the same time.
Let’s see how things unravel. Great for anyone to get into a daily routine of drawing by hand – even if it is just to realize the blessing of command/apple z
little time, not artwork today, just a listening suggestion currently on bbc 4 e
owl sketch – capturing the bewilderment and daylight melancholia
To the crazy funny positively surreal gifted and generous ozzy magpie
kindred feather ball and her wee chicklet!
Have a nice housewarming do
Hi everyone! What do you think?How does the sepia version of my Maori eco warrior hold up against the (limited palette) colour version? I was working away for some time yesterday on the version up top and could not see any improvement for the longest time.
Apart from the mistakes I built in*, I now think it may be the better one. Or just different? *like ruining the gras skirt for one thing, tsisss!
PS: granted, natural colour scheme for a Maori environment may be more cerulieans, blue seas and skies and luscious greens… maybe I was feeling nostalgic, but I like muted and reduced palettes.
And I am still very happy how the pose turned out.
Think I should give a more brightly coloured version a shot?
Your impressions and comments are appreciated!
Meet Hahona, Maori Warrior. At first I thought he was threatening to crush the spider ‘like an insect’. But now I think he really is protecting it.
You can watch and vote for Hahona and his colleagues on facebook’s Character Design Challenge!