art critique

Throwback Thursday 07.09.2020

July 9, 2020

This particular painting had been haunting me every time I go through my hard drive to take a look at my artwork archive. It is so horrifyingly cringy. There are too many proportion and perspective issues, and the subject matter is just… odd. Lol. I was reading Michio Kaku’s “Hyperspace” right around the time I […]

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Throwback Thursday 07.02.2020

July 2, 2020

Today’s yesterday spin is a look back at an artwork that is actually already part of my portfolio; Just like I mentioned in the image description, I absolutely love this speed painting. What makes this image really evocative is the fact that I decided to keep the background simple. With that simple greenish layer, the […]

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Throwback Thursday 06.18.2020

June 18, 2020

I ran into this little cutie pie in my hard drive today; I remember my friends making fun of this illustration the first time I showed them. They couldn’t make sense of it. Guess what? Neither can I really… I honestly don’t know what the original inspiration for this speed paint is. All I know […]

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Throwback Thursday 06.11.2020

June 11, 2020

This week’s throwback takes us back to an artwork from last year; This is by no means a good looking digital sculpt. In all honesty, it’s not all that great. But what I love best about it is the circumstances surrounding my process of this gem. I haven’t done a digital sculpt in about a […]

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Throwback Thursday 06.04.2020

June 4, 2020

You know what’s fun? Doing a throwback Thursday on a painting that is already on display on my website. It totally cuts down the debate on my head on whether or not an ugly art piece residing in my hard drive deserves to go online or not, lol. Anyways… WOLF MECH SKETCH! For the longest […]

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Throwback Thursday 03.26.2020

March 26, 2020

It’s really difficult for me to make a claim that I am (somewhat) a self-taught artist. The truth of the matter is, I have taken art classes… tons of them. But the problem with the art classes I took was that barely any of them taught me any techniques. When I was in college, practically […]

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Throwback Thursday 02.20.2020

February 20, 2020

Since I posted my study of Christian Seybold’s “Portrait of an Old Lady” last Sunday, I figured it would be a great time to discuss my 2D study of it; My study of Christian Seybold’s painting is alright. Structure wise it resembles the lady on the left (Christian Seybold’s painting). All the shapes, for the […]

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