My take on the Tolkien character. She didn’t match the portrait in my minds eye, but whatevs.
I don’t have a title, so how about an action? Here is a doodle, in one, she has not yet turned on her telekinetic abilities. while in the second? Well, you get it. Although this narrative seems to be in reference to the movie, it has nothing to do with them or the books, orContinue reading “Firestarter”
Putting a horrific spin on the term. She’s alone at home, a Romerothon is streaming on TV, but little does she know that the zombie apocalypse has begun and she left her door unlocked.
I’ve not been doing much art lately, mostly due to artists block, but here’s a doodle I worked on over the last two weeks or so. I chose the title ‘Ophelia’ partially based on Zella Day’s “Sweet Ophelia” which inspired the initial concept, but also Bill’s existential masterpiece ‘Hamlet.’ The image has current social issuesContinue reading “Ophelia”
It’s about spring, bees and their interaction with glasses that contain sweet drinks. It’s a baby step back into production after having a mind block for a month.
Today’s doodle has no people in it, but no less is it the unsung hero of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. That’s right, the humble tractor. In no other war has a civilian vehicle contributed so much to the arming Ukrainian forces. Here’s to you, tractor, long may your engines run.
Ukraine angst has been foremost in my mind of late, so I did more art relating to the war. This is a grade-schooler in any town – Ukraine as the Russians switch tactics from decapitation to the senseless slaughter of civilians. The war needs to stop. #stoprussia
The war in Ukraine is omnipresent in my thoughts; mostly for its humanitarian and global consequences. Although, I am and always will be a supporter of the Russian people, their culture, and language, I side with Ukraine in this pointless conflict. I pray that all the civilians and soldiers on both sides (because soldiers inContinue reading “Ukrainian Girl in Field”
Simple elements, was really just playing with light and camera angles. She pretty much speaks for herself, evoking themes of religion played out in Renaissance art but with a digital and more realistic bend.