A new entry into 100 Drawings. Man, it’s getting near the end, isn’t it?
So first off, thanks to everyone who helped make PURGE such a smashing success. What started out as an idea to get rid of older unfinished artwork and provide people with affordable originals spiraled into a mountain of work. With half the pieces gone in the first few minutes, it was clear that the idea was well received. Even with all the work completed, there’s still a large stack of work that never made the completion date. PURGE #2 may have to come to life in the future. There are still a few pieces left available for purchase, you can check them out here.
In the meanwhiles, now that the load is lightening up a bit, I can get grinding on the other major projects of the year. One goal is to start working slightly larger and stay even more loose. I started a new series of drawings last night that bode well for this direction. The first is “Kind Razor” done with no pen whatsoever, just inks and a brush. Definitely larger than my usual drawings, clocking in at 10.5″ x 15″! Hope you like it, enjoy!
Colored acrylic inks on paper. 10.5″ x 15″ (2013)
Number 91 of 100 Drawings.
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In the midst of all the grinding away for the upcoming PURGE show next week, I do have another 100 Drawings piece for your viewing pleasure.
“Inspiration” was a fun one, and went through quite a few different permutations before the final result. This echoes all the creative exploration I’ve been arms deep in lately, both for PURGE and other upcoming projects. Feels good to really explore different avenues and alternative ways of thinking about what I want to create. The best is when it can just flow, but you’ve also got to do your part to nurture that freedom. This piece is a good example of that going in a way where that happened organically. Hope you dig it! Enjoy.
Acrylic on paper. 7.5″ x 9.5″ (2013)
Number 90 of 100 Drawings.
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A new one for your 100 Drawings pleasure.
This one was rather off-the-cuff, started while working on one of several projects on my plate at the moment. Wanted to keep it as saturated black as possible, without using any actual black. Done with liquid acrylic ink washes on watercolor paper, I added pure titanium white acrylic highlights at the end to pop a little more depth. Enjoy!
From the Void
Liquid acrylic ink on paper. 6″ x 7.25″ (2013)
Number 89 of 100 Drawings.
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