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neonnoodle
Mar 20, 2008

by exmarx


These are breathtaking

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Galileo Fingers
Jun 28, 2008


Decided to change it up a little bit and do some painting again! This is my reproduction of Alphonse Mucha's 'Zodiac', 1896.



Bonus process gif, I've been trying to be better about recording it lately. (Edit, I'm dumb and can't post gifs apparently, so here's a link)

http://imgur.com/gallery/EFfPq

Galileo Fingers fucked around with this message at Jul 16, 2016 around 01:07

Mister Kingdom
Dec 14, 2005

And the tears that fall
On the city wall
Will fade away
With the rays of morning light

Galileo Fingers posted:

Decided to change it up a little bit and do some painting again! This is my reproduction of Alphonse Mucha's 'Zodiac', 1896.



Bonus process gif, I've been trying to be better about recording it lately. (Edit, I'm dumb and can't post gifs apparently, so here's a link)

http://imgur.com/gallery/EFfPq

Excellent work!

Status Epilepticus
Feb 22, 2009



yeah good crab!

Troposphere
Jul 11, 2005


psycho killer
qu'est-ce que c'est?

some recentish stuff












I need to get back in the habit of drawing I've been working full time and dealing with a chronic illness so I've kind of let myself get rusty

Vladimir Poutine
Aug 13, 2012



Downtime at work has been good for something

star eater
Jan 1, 2006



Fallen Rib

Great work on this page

Yoshi Jjang
Oct 5, 2011

renard renard renarnd renrard

renard


Watercolor maned wolf.

Diabetes Forecast
Aug 13, 2008

Craptastic
Asslicious
It is for to waste
the time




So much work left to do, only got until september to finish.

atleast it's sorta coming along now that i have a consistent place to work on it.

Vladimir Poutine
Aug 13, 2012



Recent stuff:
ballpoint pen

vegemite and toothpaste

Status Epilepticus
Feb 22, 2009


oil

Dreadwroth
Dec 12, 2009

by R. Guyovich


Did this while I was hanging out in the Hostel I was staying at in Seattle last week.

Friends Are Evil
Oct 25, 2010



Got a smattering of new stuff to post. Been working with models for the first time in ages.

I think my body of work's starting to get into a nice Cronenbergy groove.




smallmouth
Oct 1, 2009



Wonderful stuff! Do you have a tumblr or anything?

Friends Are Evil
Oct 25, 2010



smallmouth posted:

Wonderful stuff! Do you have a tumblr or anything?

http://brandongeurts.tumblr.com

Zoben
Oct 3, 2001


More ink worship

Only registered members can see post attachments!

Vladimir Poutine
Aug 13, 2012



ijyt
Apr 10, 2012



Vladimir Poutine posted:

vegemite and toothpaste

quote:

vegemite and toothpaste

You what now.

Unununium
Dec 29, 2008



Vladimir Poutine posted:

vegemite and toothpaste

Do ketchup and shampoo next

Vladimir Poutine
Aug 13, 2012



Unununium posted:

Do ketchup and shampoo next

Realtalk though, I've thought about random condiments etc to paint with and very few would be workable. Vegemite and toothpaste have a really similar viscosity to acrylic paint (though toothpaste is a bit stickier). Most other things will behave very differently to paint. I did a couple of quick and dirty paintings with chocolate sauce a few years back and it was an absolute nightmare and the hardest medium I've ever worked with.

Dreadwroth
Dec 12, 2009

by R. Guyovich


Sure why not? At least it's not poo poo and blood right?
PS:There may be some blood in one of my old paintings somewhere possibly as well as some ash.

Kanine
Aug 5, 2014


ive mostly gotten tears in my paintings, that was mostly from all-nighters spent freshman year in art school

FFT
Dec 28, 2005

Keyboard Cowboy



Picked up a brush for the first time in ~14 years when a random house party became a random painting party.

So, grumpy cube

Carotid
Dec 18, 2008



Dual-sex butterfly, watercolor, brush pen and metallic Sharpies:

Choronzons son
Mar 1, 2011






neonnoodle
Mar 20, 2008

by exmarx


Gettin' a good Basquiat vibe

Choronzons son
Mar 1, 2011


Thank you!







e: The thing is, I was only conciously becoming aware of Basquiat after
several people compared me to him. Though I'm sure I was aware of him
in some way before that.
No heroin needed yet though!

Choronzons son fucked around with this message at Sep 6, 2016 around 19:47

computer angel
Sep 8, 2008

Make it a double.


I haven't drawn in ages, but I picked up a pack of oil pastels for $3 the other day and drew a bird I found in GIS. I forgot how pleasant it is to just draw.

heavy liquid
Jan 3, 2008

Build a man a fire, and he'll be warm for a day. Set a man on fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life.

nm

heavy liquid fucked around with this message at Sep 22, 2016 around 15:15

say tan
Sep 25, 2016

by WE B Bourgeois


.

Troposphere
Jul 11, 2005


psycho killer
qu'est-ce que c'est?

your proportions are a bit off

Vladimir Poutine
Aug 13, 2012



Maybe it's a grower not a shower

Vladimir Poutine
Aug 13, 2012



INSOMNIA

Acrylic on paper

o.m. 94
Nov 23, 2009



that owns a lot

Carotid
Dec 18, 2008



This is a drawing one of my coworker's child clients had done:



I saw it at my coworker's desk and was really struck by the design. So I made this watercolor painting inspired by it:

Internet Kraken
Apr 24, 2010

slightly amused


Carotid posted:

This is a drawing one of my coworker's child clients had done:



I saw it at my coworker's desk and was really struck by the design. So I made this watercolor painting inspired by it:



You should make a copy of that for the coworker to give to their kid. I know when I was little, seeing something I messily sketched turned into a pretty piece of art would of made me ecstatic.

Mister Kingdom
Dec 14, 2005

And the tears that fall
On the city wall
Will fade away
With the rays of morning light

Carotid posted:

This is a drawing one of my coworker's child clients had done:



I saw it at my coworker's desk and was really struck by the design. So I made this watercolor painting inspired by it:



Wasn't there a guy who took kids' drawings and turned them into 3D sculptures?

dupersaurus
Aug 1, 2012

Futurism was an art movement where dudes were all 'CARS ARE COOL AND THE PAST IS FOR CHUMPS. LET'S DRAW SOME CARS.'

Mister Kingdom posted:

Wasn't there a guy who took kids' drawings and turned them into 3D sculptures?

I don't know about sculptures, but there's Tiny Art Director, one of the best things ever

Koramei
Nov 11, 2011

I just pretend to be nice.


Lipstick Apathy

Does anyone have any recommendations for portable pencil sharpeners? What do you all use/ do?

I'm used to using an electric one but I've started going to a figure drawing thing and I think it'd be pretty rude for me to use it there (everyone is super quiet there), and when I'm trying to use the non-electric one I had lying around I'm finding it breaks the lead probably a third of the time.

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neonnoodle
Mar 20, 2008

by exmarx


I'm a fan of the two-stage long lead sharpener.

https://www.amazon.com/Alvin-Pencil...M/dp/B0084F7I1C

It's weird but it works well for artist pencils and seems to not waste as much pencil as some others I've tried. The downside is that it has to be emptied very frequently and it doesn't have a cap or cover to keep shavings from falling back out into your bag/pencil case. All my pencil cases are super gross because of uncovered sharpeners.

This is another one that has served me well, which does have a cap:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B001...encil+sharpener

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