Missed a day this week. Was working damn hard that day I missed, though!Finish Reading »
I’ve start doing daily sketches, and I’ll be collecting them in weeks on here. I’ve defined a sketch loosely as being any practice for any creative skills, as long as it’s independent of any ongoing project. A sketch can later evolve into a project, of course. Greeting and celebration cards do fall under the category of sketches, as does gift art.
Here’s week one!Finish Reading »
Cinemassacre is releasing an old series of movies. I painted this yesterday after watching part 2. The movies are old and low quality and have so many flaws, but there’s so much potential, and that’s often enough for me.
My hurriedly thrown together costume for this year, a post-apocalyptic survivor. The costume was comprised of a bunch of things I wear or use regularly, plus some rags and a gas mask. Not visible in the drawing is the red cross on the black bag. Also, the rag on my wrist had teddy bears on it and, in the story for the costume, is the remains of my dead child’s pyjamas.
I hear a banging sound over the music coming through my headphones, so I remove them. The sound doesn’t repeat, so I replace my headphones.
About a minute later, I hear something again. This time it’s you, talking about not letting something fall on you. I rush to the bedroom to find out what’s going on. You’re sitting up in bed, still saying “Phil, don’t let it fall on me!” in a gradually more worried and frustrated tone.Finish Reading »
Over the past two days, for a total of about 10 hours, I helped Carolina convert her all-HTML site to an HTML 5 compliant, .txt file based, auto-populating site. I’m pretty happy with how quickly I put the system together.
Of “sex,” “gender,” and “sexual preference,” gender is the one that is fake. Gender varies from culture to culture, from era to era; it’s the one you get to put on and take off, like fingernail polish or a skirt. It’s the construct advertisers use to market one type of doll to girls and another type of doll to boys.
Just finished this for fun. It’s a DVD cover for the non-existent movie Undead Hungry Grandmother Birthday Party, which is mentioned briefly at the beginning of Joey Comeau‘s Bible Camp Bloodbath.