Leather gloves from life.
Some excerpts from my sketchbook this month.
Here’s a shocker: Digitally replicating the 60’s lifestyle illustration look isn’t very easy.
That Boehner Brown™ (An editorial in progress.)
Starting a pair of paintings for our open house.
A ram skull, for fun. I’ve been working neglecting this style for al the hatch-heavy, line-and-drawing stuff I’ve been doing lately, so I figured I’d refresh the old paint muscle. This was painted in Photoshop.
Kurbick As Monolith
Stanley Kubrick was notorious for being camera shy, giving few interviews and not offering much in the way of explanation of the themes and imagery in his films. As a result, theories as to what Kubrick intended in his films are many. While we can all guess as to what Kubrick meant to say, he and he alone is the key to his films. Kubrick is the monolith; the key to unlocking the secrets of his body of work. He left behind a legacy of beautiful and imposing mystery.
This is about the message the verdict of the Zimmerman case is sending Americans. I was deeply saddened, but not terribly surprised by the verdict.