Monday, July 23, 2007

Pin Hole Pictures

Yes, They're creepy and the process is tedious but the results are fun. Here are some pinhole camera pictures i took this weekend.

Friday, July 20, 2007

Garden History class

Ok, so I Painted one of the thumbnails about two post down. I cant decide whether to have the left corner kind of cropped leading the eye to the focal point or if I should just leave it open. Decisions, decisions...

The Infamous Ink Mole

Kensei you should love this one. ;)

Thursday, July 19, 2007

Originality Back Again!!!

So I've been itching' to do another originality in design piece. I finally set aside an hour and did what i wanted. Spontaneous and pure here it is.

Ink Monster Zen

Well tonight in Business 101 Stefan Buchar of Came to speak to the class. Man this guy is awesome. He created a blog where he creates these ink monsters which he obviously loves making. I can honestly say this guy knows what he wants to do with his art career and his life. Very inspirational. He talked a little bit about blogging and how he perceived it. He said "why blog unless your really into it. It's exhausting". I grinned and thought ain't that the truth.
"It requires a certain momentum, you have to stay in touch with it. If it's a daily habit it's easier to train yourself. With a weekly blog you and all your visitors lose interest and eventually begin to neglect it". I agree, everyday one should post something, anything as long as you're into it and it's not being forced. Buchar says," When one post everyday It removes the preciousness of each individual piece and your less hesitant to post". Besides this he gave some great advice regarding dealing with clients and making a decision to live life as a human being not a mere profit making robot. He decided along time ago to put himself on greed control.

The quote or phrase he left us with was brilliant, it applies to both relationships and working with clients,
" Be Useful, Don't Be Lazy,
You'll Never Be Hungry or Alone."

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Garden History Final

OK, so I've been slacking a bit. My bad. Anyway, here's another post. This is a urban Garden landscape of the future. A central garden in the middle of a concrete jungle. Um, These thumbs are inspired by "green" architecture and living. Green is in!

Friday, July 6, 2007


So I started with these three quick thumbnails in photoshop