Tuesday, December 10, 2013

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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

More the wrongness


the hulk likes to twerk

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

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Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Mini Comic

I’m doing this….It’s either
A/ A unconscious rip off of a Warner brothers cartoon
B/ A story about my inability to have a lasting relationship with a woman & my crappy job & my crazy flatmate.
C/ A story about the bass player from the Red Hot Chilli Peppers,

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Thursday, June 13, 2013

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Water colour the BLAND way,part2

You need to be patient & plan. You have to wait for paint to dry in areas as I don't want my colours  to mix with other wet colours. After it dries, you can start to ink.Again I'm just using a small paint brush, a water colour one again.I add a lot of  detail, but steer clear of cross hatching. Its been taken care of by the water colour method I've used.

 TA-DA! Ive finished about a week later! Aren't I a HAPPY BLOCKHEAD!

Water colour the BLAND way! Part 1

 I got asked to do something to hang on a wall for an exhibition in Melbourne.So I knew I'd tackle a water colour. It was just a question of what to do. So I went to my handy dandy sketch-book & picked an image out of that. I found a really good quality water colour pad in a op-shop for $3! So first it was a process of  stretching the paper. That means taping to a back board & sponging the paper with a damp sponge.It buckles at  1st, but then flattens out after drying. This mean when your using large amounts of water & water colour paint it now wont buckle up. 
 So then we sketch  roughly !away
 Then tighten & remove your construction lines lines.
 With water colour I tend to pick a light source.Then blob paint where I think the shadows will be.
Then add a lot of water to unpainted areas of the page to drag the water colour out of an painted area to  the unpainted  areas.So then colour gets less intense away from the paint source.