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Posted on June 18th, 2017

Seven virtues for becoming a better * v2

Here are seven things to do daily for creative advancement from someone on the interwebs.  It was from a youtube video but I did not remember to save it so I can’t link it.  I like some of the things this guy had to say but I am conflicted about others.  In the next […]

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Posted on June 17th, 2017

Seven virtues for becoming a better * (v1)

Here are seven things to do daily for creative advancement from someone on the interwebs.  It was from a youtube video but I did not remember to save it so I can’t link it.  I like some of the things this guy had to say but I am conflicted about others.  In the next […]

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Posted on June 4th, 2017

Earl I in the morning

The time in the earl I in the morning is a good time to break the chains, to meditate, to work out, to walk, to fuck, to muse, to plan, to snuggle , to cool off, to be, to remain, to reintegrate, to watch the movements, to listen, to bird, to drink tea, to […]

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Posted on June 2nd, 2017

Action Items:

This list of action items is mostly for me but I want them out for accountability and so others may use as a guide line for their own uses.  May not always cross off as for they are ongoing, some may get crossed off as moods and goals are achieved.  Some repeat over and […]

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Posted on February 26th, 2017

Morning Pages a change

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I started working on Morning Pages off and on for many years now (based off of the book The Artist Way) I would go a good 6 months or so and trail off. It always wielded some good ideas but was just more about bitching and what was going on, which is […]

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Posted on November 8th, 2014

Art by the inch 2014

today I am starting a project where in the next 28 days I will try to create 10,000 sq inches of art/drawing/doodling/sketching/painting etc… It doesn’t need to be good all the time, I just have to do something creative.

I will be posting results here and at my blog site also.

if anyone wants […]

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Posted on December 1st, 2013

Enough talk, let’s take it to the next…

Re(focus) is no good if there is no action to back it up so I broke the bounds that have been holding me back and forced myself back into the work I love so.  As the shackles fall from my wrists and ankles I took off running as if something big and dangerous was […]

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Posted on July 24th, 2012

Charcoal – Reasons Why

Every artist that draws or paint should have a set of charcoal or chalk and draw with them on a regular basis even if it is not your primary medium.  Why do you ask?  You say you had one drawing class that made you do all your drawings in them and you hated it.  […]

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Posted on March 18th, 2012

old drawings found

A few months back I found two drawings at my mom’s house that I did back in college, not sure what class anymore, maybe 2d design or beginner illustration or what not.  They were of the same subject matter and done in different technique, I wouldn’t classify them as great works of art but […]

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Posted on March 3rd, 2012

Balance and Diebeinkorn

In recent days I have been looking at some of the principles of design for some research on an article I am writing about it.  One of the principles is balance and there are two main aspects of how we achieve balance in the visual arts, it is through symmetry or asymmetry.  So I […]