Here’s the result of a little over a day’s work, white-out blotches n’all. I started midnight on Saturday and finished the last page (the cover) at 2:32 am Sunday, 35 seconds into the song “Ponytail,” by Beat Happening. The story may not make sense to people outside of my program, because I tried to make …
Doodles during lectures/ drunk antisocial evenings Sketches from Figure Drawing class: Sober antisocial doodles: Figure painting in class: My first installation: taped my most honest diary entries from 2nd grade to the present behind soda display in the school vending machine. Also the telephone and light. And looped the sound of a telephone ringing. …
The only redeeming aspect of this comic is that I’m making every page wall-sized for my final Figure Drawing project. The story itself doesn’t make much sense. Oh well. Sorry for the delay on Pixel Pan. Part II may not come for awhile with all the schoolwork.
For this week’s figure drawing homework, we had to do studies of our skin, muscles, bones, viscera, hands and feet. The professor will probably make me re-do this.
…to be continued
FYI: I spilled wine on this minutes after finishing it. Thank god for Photoshop.
Yves Donval, a fellow artist and regular at the Moulin, collaborated with me on this (read: all the tits are his work).