Archive for March, 2010

W.W.W – testers

March 31, 2010

Background colour from high resolution scan of ink washes – colour scheme from previous rocket delight-o’s. Top or bottom, top or bottom.


W.W.W – Colour [full circle]

March 31, 2010

Feels appropriate that adding colour is linking the last stage of this project back to it’s “launch”, that is to say, Rockets.

Detail –

W.W.W.Wah Nails

March 30, 2010

Polly Philp has a window display at Wah Nails and there will be other eye sex inside to which I’m contributing this One. It is development of W.W.W and has been an absolute beast to put together. Much too-ing and throwing of mouses as isolated rhomboids from previous sketches are tesselated. It’s a symmetrical pattern but with each unit a different crop, the over all effect (I’m hoping) is a chaotic regularity that allows the viewer to see recognisable forms. Going with Philp’s theme of divination, I choose “aeromancy” – the art of fortune and fate from the clouds. Close-up ( background) –

EMIP, winning in life.

March 24, 2010

Save Our Souls update

March 23, 2010

The site is really starting to take shape, loads of content’s gone up and the gallery is filling out with dreamy work. Czech it out.

W.W.W – found!

March 23, 2010

Reflective silhouetting, excello colours. From the opening credits to the new joy in my life – Wonders of the Solar System.

Planet Epiglotis?

March 16, 2010

Planet Epiglotis of Man

Planet Mammary gland of Lactating Cat.

Inhabitants include Ants that has already been eaten by Spiders.

The New York Microscope is a project brought to you by Katherine McLeod.

Most excellent, microcosm/macrocosm.

“Boy, that’s a neat way to travel”

March 15, 2010

1min, 12 secs.

W.W.W – What it’s what

March 12, 2010

Or rather, what I’ve been staring at with Rik Mayall eyes.

From the supreme National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration. I’ve been looking at alot of cloud formations, particularly tornadic ones that have good contrast there-to-art-fore, easier to draw. Solarised, sort of –

And this piece of thing. Dad says meteor, I say nay, it’s a lump of solidified molt metal. In the woods behind my dad’s house there is a quarry and an old copper mine so I deduced it is from one. This Thing was collected away and ago by one of the Quinn number and it’s now on my desk, pleased that it has found use so quickly –

W.W.W – Tenner

March 12, 2010

Waved at the ten hour mark as it flew by, sped on by Jackson C Frank earlier this eve. Here is it’s spawn –

Going for a cloud/nebula/space theme.

Printing tomorrow.