birds are everywhere you go so I thought why not. I think the most visible attribute that stands out among avians are their feathers. It’s very bright and vibrant and sometimes have a sleek shine to them. Also the corner of the page reminds me of the twitter symbol.
This picture first started off as a sketch I did when I was outside one day leaning against a rail, when a dog, a collie mixed shepherd came by my foot and I pet it. Then she just laid by my feet and started looking around. I thought it was cool if I can get… Continue reading Psychedelic Dog
I made this sketch while I was on break from my job, you ever have one of those people you work with whom complain about everything. There’s no satisfying them no matter how much you try. Nag Nag and more Nagging is the only means of communication with only training in the art of ignoring… Continue reading Annoying Co-Working
Originally posted on Vector Charley:
(Harbert, Michigan) I snuck in a bike ride before the snows of January came a falling, and thus caught this view with my Canon PowerShot on Harbert Road Wednesday at sunset. This is looking west along the CSX line to Chicago.
This is one of my favorites that I have drawn while waiting for my last class of the day to begin, I was feeling overwhelmed and to the point I wanted to walk off the campus. Until I realize that if I would have done that then all the work that I have put in… Continue reading Stressed Out
I wanted to try something different that is also an art form, this piece was made for a project in a custom design class. I made this to wear as a billboard type advertisement, like the kind you see in public where they try to sell you insurance or jewelry pawning. I mostly used covers… Continue reading Collage of Magazines
This is an actual model that I created this drawing from with the same exact position, I believe it took less than an hour for me to create. What I did was first making the canvas as dark as I can with fine charcoal, then using an eraser to make the lighter portion of the… Continue reading fine charcoal drawing