Word:Revisit Definition: come back or visit again. Synonym: return, or visit again
Believe it or not, but after a couple years of having sketched this image on the computer, just now I’ve finished a couple versions of it.
No, I normally do get back to images much quicker, but something that I thought was completed ended up not being my “best” work. As my best friend T. had put it, “showcase only your very best work. This doesn’t look done.” (She said when the image was still in its infancy.
Okay so that last part I was paraphrasing, but you get the idea.
Word: Absence Definition: state of not being present Synonyms: missing, gone, away, lost, non
Lucius Marcus Silvanus Millard
Mum’s the Word
Taliana Starspark – Maid
Dance With Me. Beatrix and Giovanni
For a lack of a better, this was what I came up with for me not being here. It’s been a good few months of non stop drawing and writing (stories). I can’t say that I haven’t thought about updating you all on what has been happening.
Recently, as the weather is improving, I’ve had the urge to pull out my camera and take some photos. Soon enough I’ll be out doing more of that, than sitting at home – chained to my desk really.
With that said, I hope you enjoy some of the images I’ve uploaded. These are works that I’ve done for my own amusement while I was absent from the blogging world. Please enjoy!
What can I say? I have a bit of a craving for some art. I don’t know if you are aware but I have a few characters from a story I am collaborating with a few people, and they really help me to practice with my figures. I didn’t know how well I could actually do figures until I looked back to some old work that I did of live nude models; where I came across an image of a man that I drew, which stunned me. I hate drawing with the idea that I can’t have a single line out of place, however this image proved me wrong. I will add it to the blog soon, (maybe a lot of my old work too) but for now, I will just say that I have grown with my style and thanks to the idea of possibly going beyond my comfort zone of figures, I’ll produce more interesting work.