Ah your work has gotten even better since the last time I saw it! Glad I found you on here.
I don’t know what happened two days ago but I’ve had a huge influx of followers, so thank Tumblr! Even when I’m off and can’t post current work somethings always happening on here. Hopefully, the next time you see my work it’ll be even better than the last ( though you follow me now, so it’s highly unlikely).
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted any of my work, but don’t worry I do have things lined up, it’s just unfortunate that a majority of the work I’ve done in the last three months I wont be able to show or post about it for some time to come. Because of this, I’ve decided to start a webcomic, whether or not it will be posted here or on a separate blog is yet to be decided. But I will let you guys know. I’m very excited for it, and it’s the first story I feel confident working on without having written the whole thing. All I can tell you right now is that it’ll include fireflies. The next month and a half is going to be crazy, I’m working on a video for an up and coming website and it’ll be consuming my life.
Save the graph charts for wall street. My activity feed looks like it’s perpetually flatlined; it’s depressing. I don’t need a graph to show me how well my personal blog is doing (or not doing); I’m not a CEO.
Growth is a series that developed over the span of six months that grew from an exercise on spontaneous, free-hand drawings. After every day, I would scan the progress and put it up on my blog where people could follow the”growth” of the drawings until I was finished. Every piece was drawn without the use of reference, and grew into a personal landscape in which I was able to express myself while following what the individual pieces asked of me. Over time similar motifs began to show themselves in which the pieces could interact with each other, culminating into a unified body of work.