Aware

This #digitalart started as a #doodle but because I watch so many saddening #crime shows, it became about #domesticviolenceawareness For the victim, listen, don’t judge, and offer meaningful help. And for gods sake, if you see something say something, like, to 911. #EndViolence

Amar Nada Mas

Tonight’s doodle, entitled for the song I listened to on repeat most of the time (J.Lo’s, “Bailar Nada Mas”). This artwork has the apex human relaxing at dusk, boots on the ground, kilt at the ready, and a come hither look thrown at the camera. I spent most of the composition time on the light,Continue reading “Amar Nada Mas”

Nature Finds a Way

She’ll survive us all. She’s the strongest woman we know, she’s nature. Climate change? She’s survived it. High CO2? Easy. Humans, not so much. But she just may have mercy on us when we’ve wiped ourselves off the face of the planet. Here? A post-human photoshoot. We took her trees, her resources, her valuables, butContinue reading “Nature Finds a Way”

Nature – Victim

So I throw all these words out to explain my #art but really, it comes down to mood as the #artwork progresses. This was first focused on #hair – I am not apologetic for objectifying luscious locks – then it moved into the #goth #vampire realm ( #notsorry ) and then setting back into #natureContinue reading “Nature – Victim”

What’s In the Book?!

I don’t have a title, so I’m channeling Brad Pitt in the movie ‘Seven’. So here we have a scene that wasn’t supposed to be. Originally, I was going to mix it with other artsy stuff, like filters, Chiaroscuro shading, consummate V’s *paragraph fades to Charlie Brown teacher-like droning*… … And then I thought itContinue reading “What’s In the Book?!”

Eye of the Tigress

They say #art should be centered on the #era in which the #artist lives, on activities that occurred in the present, so here you go. She’s a huntress, an exotic creature in an exotic, if dingy, land. She navigates the patriarchy with the ease of an apex predator, bending wills, rending hearts, a dancer inContinue reading “Eye of the Tigress”