a week or so ago i made myself a fisheye lens out of a door peephole, some mounting board and a lot of masking tape. im quite happy with the out-come, and as a result, have been bugging people with it non stop
the quality is quite decent, even if i am a crap photographer
this resulted in me having a few ideas. i already planned on developing the technique i used to do the duck in my last post, so i just went in, guns blazing, and went for it. these are my endeavors thus far
the first one is titled MICK
and the second is a self portrait
i plan on developing this style a bit more, but im in dire need of a wacom tablet if i wish to use it as an illustrative style. but we'll see how that goes, with funds
Friday, February 11, 2011
this is my first entry, but i don't really know how to plunge into it, so im going to throw myself at it.
first off, the t-shirt company my friends and i are in the process of beginning is coming close to opening fully. t-shirt printing is beginning soon, and i have reviews of a few of my designs here, both male and female.
all simple designs. as you can see, they're all stenciled. this is due to the fact that all the t-shirts are going to be hand printed. ugh.
ill post up a link to the companies page when we are actually ready make and sell the t-shirts.
in other news, i had a lengthy debate in a costa cafe yesterday with my good friend Keith about how the bad guys in the forth volume of one-piece think they are cats, therefore ridiculing the whole manga. and as my mate Darren pointed out, Luffy is a rubber pirate...ye
anyway. the conversation inspired me to draw something for him. now, i will say this now. this is not fan art. i don't do fan art. im an actual artist. an art student, who works freelance. lets get that clear now
well, thats all i can blog for. im off to college now to sculpt an ex-body builder named Dez