Here are some sketches not related to anything in particular. Getting comfortable with my newish tablet. Google image kung-fu and learn yourself some good knowledge too!
Time is of the essence. Every moment is best experienced in its truest essence. When you want to change your life, change your lifestyle. If you’re going a certain direction and you need to change course, it takes some time and commitment to bring that energy in a different direction.
I created a crystal grid. 4 Buddhas, Shiva, and many minerals only half of which (maybe) I know the names. The longest two are lemurian seed crystal (left) and selenite (right).
Shiva with malachite, bismuth & blue aventurine (I think). Also are amethyst with a clear quartz, and tangerine & rose quartz either 45 degree angle from him. The big flat rock I found in a creek closer to my college.
Kyanite with my worry stone. I like to worry passionately. The crumbs are bismuth. (’tis a fragile element)
The center points to this tiger’s eye. It looks nice with the sun going through it.
I even saved these guys from the label prisons, but not before taking a low-resolution reference photo!
In other news, this:
Playing with paint, 3 freshly unfinished pieces floating about now. All of which will find their awesome potential. I want to loosen my approach.
I also doodled a concept sketch for the kung fu show.
Though I always wish I had more, I do have this:
The finale scene of the animation for Fredstock. This is where we will see Arty Kornfeld green-screened in to hype up the show. I spent good time making this one look good, as you always want to end on a good note!
I also like starting on a good note, so a concept is being brewed for my first video blog, which in time will precede many others. When that finally makes its way to fruition (as with anything else), I shall post about it here.
If your lives are any similar, there’s been much to do in the recent past. I have merely works in progress to share with you this time ’round. I wish I had more.
FredStock! Here’s a black holed sun in space. Not going for fancy animation, but I want the pieces to look pretty. I have a little more than this drawn, but this makes a nice picture.
And this thing is coming along. I need to spend more time looking at it and tenderly giving it the attention it deserves. Though there are other priorities, I also can’t just rush through it. The point isn’t to just have a painting, you need to savor every moment of it. The results can be glorious, but you need to seep into every moment leading up to that climactic finish. Great things are built with great energy. Immerse yourself in your passion.
Now if you’ll excuse me, I have some things to do…
For that short animation, basically getting the events laid out. There’s a train, it flies into space. Flying records around (and other things). It lands on a giant guitar (strings as tracks), and stops at a station. People get up and start running down. There’s a black hole sun and a stage at the end. Famous dude gives a monolog. These folks suddenly lose interest in their alcoholism (we’re still in space, now). Then it all gets sucked into the black hole and it ends with a logo for the music show.