Two more paintings for my 4 Part Holy Hamburger series. See Part one here.
Was less trouble, but had a whole new set of problems since I decided to work inversely, white on black, which I haven't done before.
Part 3: Came out the best. better planned. Worked on it on the same time as Part 4 which I then abandoned in order to have this finished by finals. Condensed 3 weeks-1 month work in 1.5 week. But not without consequence. This was Nyquil/Motrin/Sick/chronique nosebleeds because of the excessive Nyquil/no sleep week.
Lessons Learned: Time management fail. Gained ability to feel nothing until 6-7 a.m., Possible irrevocable liver damage.
Sunday, December 27, 2009
Saturday, December 26, 2009
Two sketches for a zine about locking and a pin design for breakdance club at art market, which I ended up not being much help at since I was hopped up on Nyquil and Motrin to supress my germs and stress in order to finish my finals.
I liked how these pages turned out, and maybe I'll continue it for fun one day....but probably not since dancing is for fun and art is for work and I don't like to mix the two. At least not for now.
Also, one of my favorite locking videos:
Extremely late post on The Society of the Okay's (just Annie Wu, Emma Rochon, and Me) debut in 2009 Baltimore Comicon.
Basic recap of events and life lessons learned: Annie forced children to take lollipops, Emma got herself a patron, ate burger behind the booth, was glad I saw Idiot Books there and amused myself with Ten Thousand Stories I bought from them, and I am terrible at self promotion because I either hide or repel people. For instance, I use the booth as a fort, I have no facial recognition for people once I'm behind the booth, so I become rude aaaand I dress like this:
And the ever popular mini cards from moo.com
Also sketchbook stuff from this year. AND my prethesis/holy hamburger sketches.