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Throwback Thursday 04.02.2020

April 2, 2020

So typically I post images in throwback Thursday that is not part of my public portfolio. Either the images are too dated for me to put in my juried portfolio or that I don’t like it much. Today I figured I would take a look back at an image I did that to this day, […]

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Sketchbook Update 03.08.2020

March 8, 2020

Updates are going to be a bit slower and lower in quantity starting from now. I’ll explain why later. The good news is that I’m still producing, so there’s at least something to look forward to. Here are this week’s art updates; What’s really worth taking a look at is my seven-hour version of “Nothing […]

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Throwback Thursday 02.13.2020

February 13, 2020

Looking back at this particular piece gave me some memories; Not too long ago I posted an artwork that set me on the path to doing drippy acrylic paintings. This is one of the paintings from that particular set. I honestly love this particular painting, even though now I consider it “immature.” As I had […]

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YouTube Update 02.01.2020

February 1, 2020

This was a fun little project I did for a Discord group that I am a part of. The prompt for this particular challenge was “Mice Thieves.” I totally did something anthropomorphic, very similar in vein to Pixar’s “Toy Story.” Check out the creation process down below;

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Throwback Thursday 01.30.2020

January 30, 2020

The featured image for this article is so painful to look at. By the time I made this piece it was already 2010. I have been digitally painting for about three to four years by the time I made this work, albeit I didn’t have a daily art practice yet. It’s no surprise then that […]

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Throwback Thursday 01.23.2020

January 23, 2020

It wasn’t too long ago that I posted one of my first digital paintings. It was a portrait of Ellen Pompeo, and in that post, I talked about how much of a noob I was back then because I used a small brush throughout the painting. That wasn’t very smart of me. Today I ran […]

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The Long Grind v Speed Painting

January 18, 2020

So to basically start this article on the right foot, I have to lay down some terms so we are all on the same page. The words “speed painting” gets misconstrued a lot. According to Wikipedia, “speed painting is an artistic technique where the artist has a limited time to finish the work.” The key […]

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