Friday, February 26, 2010
Above is a new collage I did (click it for detail). It, like many of my collages, was created in a very stream of consciousness manner. It's all done by hand with magazine cut-outs, glue, india ink and acrylic paint; no computer generated trickery was used. These are fun to do because I don't have to think as much as say comic work. It's more instant and gratifying to a degree in its creation. I would like to create a book of my collages someday.
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Above is a recent drawing/sketch I did. Not sure why I started drawing all those odd geometric shapes other than it "felt" right at the time. Not very typical for me to lay down so much black in a drawing. But maybe it makes the figure "pop" out more. Not sure. Anyways... click image to enlarge.
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Above is a CD cover I did for an experimental noise project that I recorded. And the second image is the inside of the folded out booklet (please click to enlarge each image). I had a fun time composing the ten tracks on this CD. My intention was to create beautiful, harsh, and strange soundscapes that would make one daydream. Some, who have heard it, think it sounds like a soundtrack to an un-seen movie. Copies are available for free if you contact me via email with your address.
Monday, February 22, 2010
Here is a fairly recent drawing/sketch that I did. Very odd as usual. But I like the movement in the face. Playing more with deconstructing the human form and re-shaping it. Click image to enlarge.
Thursday, February 18, 2010
I've recently finished writing and drawing a 24 page comic that contains around 4 to 5 short stories. The title of the collection is Moral Geometry (make of it what you will). Above is the cover and some random pages (please click each image to enlarge and enjoy). The subject matter is highly surreal, ridiculous, disturbing maybe, funny, and bizarre. Sounds like fun huh? Well, hopefully it will be. I'm currently in the process of putting the book together for digital printing. Fingers crossed that it turns out OK in print. More later dear reader.