Birds are one of my favourite classes of animal and to my delight, tiny birds often frequent my garden. This makes me think about Anatomy and Psychology, i find they are two of the most pressing curiosities. All you need you will find inside.
Found my old Zenit TTL the other day and felt like drawing it. Whilst impressive, digital camera’s can’t beat that feeling of using an old analog SLR. Ofcourse using film is more costly but it’s totally worth it.
Thought I’d try my hand at a bit of animation, classic pencil and paper. This was so fun to create. I love the idea of seeing something so amazing that it warrants being seen over and over again with fresh eyes.
A Tribute to a strange and wonderful man. Creation is an exploration, there are no rules or guidelines. It is very enjoyable and rewarding to paint or draw without aim, shapes take form and value evolves out of the meaningless. This is how I have always created art, except for the odd piece of realism here or there.
So many vibrant and talented people are stuck in a state of stagnation. No legs to stand on and going nowhere without direction, but all that matters is the persistent strive for true expression.
A Portrait of myself in quiet contemplation. Listened to Maybeshewill whilst creating this.
The Subjective Clock.
Seconds turn to Minutes turn to Hours turn to Days. A stale unchanging environment and the same daily routine brings a diminished perception of time. Without change, we are less able to develop clear contrasting memories, everything rolls into one and passing months merely feel like days. As we age, events represent a smaller percentage of our overall life experience, creating the effect that time is speeding up. Time should not be taken for granted, opportunities should be seized.
The End Was Joyous.
A quick painting i did in my loft, first time i have ever painted up there. Creating something in a new place every now and again is a good thing. For me, this painting was an exploration of the wonder concealed within catastrophe. Used on the front and back cover of the album “Hachiko EP” by Waking Aida