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The Wind Stole My Piano

Nov 19, 2007 - Writing on Pictures - 0 Comments - Standard

Made with vernissage.8bf, a couple of Andrew’s filters, India Ink, some hue adjustment, and the cold November wind. technorati tags: digital art | wind | picture-writing | illustration | half-poem | piano | music lessons | singing | photoshop filters | vernissage | high class art

Spider Writing

Nov 10, 2007 - Blockwave - 0 Comments - Standard

Block-waving is all about lines. If there’s no lines, then you just end up with a pile of block-waved mush. I was looking through an old book on my computer. It was a series of scanned, tiff images. I noticed the fine lines in the black and white engravings and instantly opened it up in […]

Columbus

Nov 03, 2007 - Uncategorized - 0 Comments - Standard

(from the journal of Columbus) Whereas, Most Christian, High, Excellent, and Powerful Princes, King and Queen of Spain and of the Islands of the Sea… …this present year 1492, after your Highnesses had terminated the war with the Moors reigning in Europe… …having been brought to an end in the great city of Granada… …I […]

Meet the New Masters

Nov 01, 2007 - Uncategorized - 0 Comments - Standard

Large Bank with TreeJust as some people admire the traditional artform of painting because of the skill and effort that goes into making it, I’ve come to realize that I have the same sort of admiration for machine-made art. Furthermore, just as many people will quickly associate artistic merit with almost any subject done in […]

Fresh-made Rothko

Oct 25, 2007 - Uncategorized - 0 Comments - Standard

These days, you could find yourself travelling half-way around the world in a few hours. And in the world of art: a couple clicks and you could find yourself in the Louvre. That’s the reality of our tiny, modern world: technology takes our little feet and straps jet engines on them. Unfortunately, there are no […]

Stone of Mystery!

Oct 22, 2007 - Blockwave - 0 Comments - Standard

Look at it. Stare into it. Learn it’s mysteries –if you dare! Stop! Stop!Your mind is in its icy grip!Run, you fool!The Stone of Mystery will DESTROY YOU!!!Your puny brain can not survive its thunderous torrent of KNOWLEDGE!!!(sung to the tune of, “Here Comes Santa Claus”) Could this be the innocent precursor of… The Stone […]

Timbuktu

Oct 16, 2007 - Blockwave - 0 Comments - Standard

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Click-ism: a Manifesto

Oct 12, 2007 - Photoshop Filters - 0 Comments - Standard

I’ve been reading a book about various “-isms” in the art world. Eagerly wanting to follow in the footsteps of those great, outspoken artists of the past and to contribute something new and personal to the exciting pursuit of labels and the ever teetering tower of human achievements, I propose… Clickism. First rule is: Mouse […]

a little water

Oct 03, 2007 - Writing on Pictures - 0 Comments - Standard

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