New webisode for Curse of the Were-Wiener, and I really like this one!
By LJ demand…The Time I Inherited A Weirdo. ‘Long about five or six years ago, I got an e-mail that said “Hey, love your work, I think I knew your mom back when she was an art student.” This is actually not that unusual. My mom and stepfather are very talented artists, they are reasonably […]
Lotta chat in the blogospheres that I follow about a new bill going through that (hopefully) tightens up some of the laws on cyberstalking. I feel it’s a good thing. There’s no amount of law-writing that can give overworked cops more time and money to investigate with these things, nor that will convince a certain […]
There is probably many annoyances on earth like discovering that last night you covered your rather large painting in Ultra Matte Gel, which is semi-opaque, rather than Matte Super-Heavy Gel, which is transparent, and that you now have a whole bunch of white boards where previously you had a vaguely abstract salmon. I cannot think […]
Aaaand one last one…the scan on this is atrocious, and I do apologize–I think the thing you see best is the fingerprints on my scanner bed! It’s a weird shape, though, and hard to scan, and photography was getting grumpy at me. 8 x 11. I had the shrine shape for ages, I couldn’t think […]
Here’s a pair of the assemblage pieces I worked on a thousand years ago or so… Both are for sale–fishy is about 4 x 5, the mannequin is 5.5 x 6. Both have hangers and can hang as is, or could probably be mounted into a shadowbox-style frame.
So I’m finally knuckling down and doing my taxes. On paper at least, I made half again as much money gross last year as I have ever made in my life. It was amazing. It was unprecedented. Granted that like six or seven years ago, my net income for the year was $9K, we’re still […]
A follow-up–only a year late!–to One Odd Ocelot. The sketch has been around nearly that long, but I was only seized by the urge to paint big-eyed primates recently. In addition to the tarsiers, there are tomatoes, tomatillos, textbooks (or tomes!) test tubes and toe rings. For three, it’d have to be Three Thylacine…somethings. Thespians. […]
Kids, if you want me to fill out a survey for your class project, I am generally willing to accomodate…even the career surveys that clearly have nothing to do with art whatsoever…but don’t leave it until the last minute! If you send it to me and you need it by tomorrow, you will not get […]
A quick little piece. I started with lorises, moved to tarsiers…I think I was just in a mood for something with big eyeballs. Interesting Nature Fact: Each of the tarsier’s eyeballs is as big as its brain. Prints available, as always!