Monday, December 28, 2009
Monday, December 21, 2009
This is part of my series of bugs. I actually managed to do quite a few gina bugs. Fun stuff and fascinating creatures ^^ This is the project that told me in no uncertain terms that masa paper does not like my colored inks, but black goes on quite well for some odd reason. Go fig.
Monday, December 14, 2009
Someone commented once that a lot of my art has a certain poetic quality to it. Usually, I would not be so ready to agree, but in this case even I can see a certain poetry here. This is another example of watered shaping lines. I think it gives an effect like a tree in summer swelling with growth and life, don't you? Perhaps it's unseasonable, but the contrast is maybe enjoyable, too.
Monday, December 7, 2009
This rocky mountain is something I did a few months ago and only just mounted. It shows 'watered shaping lines' and I really love the effect. This rocky peak has such a nice presence. I'm not sure it comes across in the photo. Looking at it like this, it almost seems it wants some calligraphy or maybe foggy clouds added. But then, maybe if I just trim it down like this cropped image (below). Any opinions for me?