Knocking out digital sketches has at least helped me let go of the need to make perfect marks, which I guess is weird, considering …
Much as one would pound the chest of a drowned pig in order to prolong its life, here’s a link to this movie review.
(I no longer know what review I was referring to, but thought I’d publish this post anyway.)
These were fairly quick sketches on the iPad. In many ways so much easier than making physical paintings, but in so many ways so severely lacking. What do you think?
I used to like to draw monsters, Godzilla, then R2-D2, then Ridley Scott’s Alien. X-men.
Like every other white suburban misanthrope, I read Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas.
30 years later I would end up driving a cab on the graveyard shift …
I’ve been toying around with an app on the iPad since I have taken a benighted and ill-deserved one-year break from painting. (Credit goes to my friend and far-more-talented painter David Patrick Trowbridge for the inspiration to hit the iPad.)
The problem is, (if it is indeed a problem) the app does things I can’t, and I can do things the app can’t.
I’ll post some images later.
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