Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Monday, June 11, 2007

Breaking in the blogger.

How do you create a piece of sad or tragic art?

As simple as the question sounds, it's much harder to deal with in front of a canvas.
I want to express some form of sadness and apathy - but it just won't translate onto matter. Not even into writing...

Is it possible to express these feelings truely? To it's extremes?

Maybe. But I can't find it.
This guy rocks the frisbees.

(Royal Tenenbaums, The Terminal)

Saturday, June 02, 2007

I haven't attended figure drawing since February. Man, it's nice.

Charcoal pencil and I have now declared our love for each other. We've set our date: May of '08

Charcoal just didn't satisfy me enough. But if charcoal pencil runs out of lead...I don't know what to do - I just might go back out with charcoal.
Charcoal was sweet.

Very nice.

Charcoal pencil is just more...sweet.

You know the first time I told people that I went to go draw naked people every Tuesday and Thursday...faces weren't straight. People cringe at the sight of the nakeds. Then they get a bit more curious and ask,

"So...they just...stand there? For you?"

"Yup. 5 bux a night."

It's prostitution with an invisible glass in front and a hand full of media to pass the time.

"Can I come?"

"Are you gonna draw?"


I forgot to mention, some of these people are my friends.