Someone said “You should be thankful to have all that fancy tech to make your art! Not all artists have that! Some only have a pencil and paper.” Artists create in various ways, whether it’s some paints on canvas or a graphics tablet for computer art, maybe coffee splatter on a wall (to each their own, right?) So this time I want to talk about the clash of skill and technology.
Getting tattooed is not too much of a big deal nowadays; almost every other person has one – either elaborate or just a momento. I’ve been wanting to have a tattoo since I was 16, but due to my indecisiveness and constantly changing ideas, I didn’t find the right time to do it. I told myself to get it only when I have the feeling of “this is it”. And it didn not come to me until very recently. In case you’re a tattoo newbie like I am, maybe some of this information will help you sort out your thoughts – so let’s talk ink!
The summer is ending, passing by with flying colors of good and great days, and some not as wonderful. Overall it has been fairly good to me, filled with some adventures, some new thoughts, some new ideas and some new characteristics. But what is there yet to come?
There is something about huge white rooms thoughtfully filled with art that costs a fortune. Visiting art museums, galleries and exhibits – that’s one of the things I definitely enjoy quite a bit. This time it was Dali & Picasso, a combination of Spain’s finest.
Not so much text this time as there is a short and fast (stay focused, you might miss it!) timelapse video of the custom cover notebook (or sketchbook). Yes, I also have a frickin youtube channel with speeded up videos of drawings, which were part of what pulled me into drawing in the first place, I wanted to make something like that! Here it goes. Don’t mind my setup and the fact that I was balancing my phone on questionable objects while trying not to go out of frame and not let my hair interfere with the whole thing (which it slightly did, I think it wants to be a movie star). See below!