There I stood in an empty art gallery on an early spring morning in a gritty neighborhood of North Minneapolis almost seventeen years ago.
Dressed in my best suit, I was filled with the kind of nervous excitement that a person feels when they’ve traveled quite a few steps outside of their comfort zone. This day was the culmination of years of work, on both my craft and myself.
At last, my very first book signing for a collection of poetry called, Continuum (now out of print.) A good friend, Juan Parker agreed to set up a table for me during one of his art gallery openings. I could only hope that the place would soon be packed with people willing to their hard earned cash for an autographed copy of my book. The owner of the gallery had entrusted me with the keys so I could come in early and get everything set-up for the big event.
As I began to stack new books on the table I saw a fleet
On the back
I have been drawing for years and recently switched over to the world of digital illustration this past fall.
Although many of my favorite pieces since my switch have been created solely on digital, drawn in a combination of Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator, I also really enjoy converting my pen and pencil drawings from my sketchbook into digital pieces.
This mixed media approach to drawing allows for the comfort of traditional style drawing to be accentuated with the vivid color palettes and textured brushes that are why I have fallen inlove with digital illustration.
Below are some examples of my pieces that have resulted from this process, a
before and after if you will.
I just thought I'd post this because it's fun to see the before and after, and also in case anyone was interested in using digital art in a mixed media format or other ways to combine traditional drawing and digital.
I often stream the entire process or most of it on twitch.
Here is an insight to one of my cubase projects. It's a symphonic breakbeat mix.
Cubase has been my go-to DAW (digital audio workstation) for the last decade. It's extremely stable and offers all the features one needs to compose complex music projects.
Let me know if you are interested in more Cubase-related content.
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Sunlight streaming through the window and clear blue skies were signs of a frosty winter day.
So just to go for a walk one needed to wrap a huge scarf around ones neck and wear a hat with furry ear flaps.
But it's worth if you are a child and own a sleigh. Even frost nipping your cheeks would only make you laugh.
Of course, mother played the role of
one horse open sleigh. What mother wouldn't, if it meant seeing the smile of delight on her child's face.
Anyway she was enjoying this white winter day also.
Along the way they saw a new store, where following the current fashion the owners tried to attract customers with loud music and colourful balloons.
Can I have a balloon?, - asked a young boy.
His mother replied:
Of course as long as you hold it tight.
one horse open sleigh received an additional piece of decoration. They continued on with their ride floating over the snows when unexpectedly a strong gust of wind swept the balloon from the child's h
Today, a beautiful day to share a craft-making area on the media logo inscription stone (natural). before I greet you all. how are the steemian. I hope you will be fine.
here I make this stone in a way without engraved, simply by using strong solvents.
pembuatam is very easy and I share a complete manner. from beginning to end.
materials required in the manufacture of natural stone is.
- hard water
- Solasi tires paper
This is the indispensable ingredients.
The first step in making this is-
provide a blank screen (net)
I created this logo design back in 1989 when I first started doing freelance artwork . My interest than was in fashion design . As the years went by I begin to explore more art medias and subjects . Such as african scenery , native american women , surrealism art , abstract and the human figure .
The idea of my daily Holi-Art is to create a piece of art with the theme based around that day's less popular or even funny national or international holiday. Today is February 26th and thanks to the website www.daysoftheyear.com, I have learned that it is For Pete's Sake Day, Personal Chef Day, Pistachio Day, Levi Strauss Day and Tell a Fairy Tale Day. So today I will post an original piece of artwork that corresponds with one or more of these particular 'holidays'.
For Pete's Sake!
The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease forever to be able to do it.
~ J.M. Barrie, for Peter Pan
Maybe some people will think, whether some of the photos I took with the camera smartphone? the answer is yes.
Over time, and science sophisticated, various technologies were created, I'm just taking advantage of existing technologies, to produce some interesting images.
There are some methods I use to get great results, especially for macro photography for using smartphones.
Para corroborar que todo es hecho por mi he colocado el hashtag "steemit" en la descripcion del perfil en instagram. Fuente
To corroborate that everything is done by me I have placed the hashtag "steemit" in the profile description on instagram. Source
Saludos a toda la comunidad, en esta oportunidad quiero compartir con ustedes este extraño y poderoso collar que hice hecho con porcel
Hecho por mi madre / Made by my mother
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