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January 17th, 2006 #1
The Tears. (responses and free candy page 2)
I feel like I have been a deadbeat dad on these forums lately. I set aside this evening to dig up some old and recent work to post up to let you know that im still alive and kicking.
This first one is a recent stream of consciousness digital drawing. Id like to try to coin a phrase for the digital art movement with this one, the title of this piece is called "the tears" the tears happen usually very late at night in a dark room when you are working feverishly on a digital creation, your hands are scratching away at the wacom so fast that you hardly remember that you have fingers, both eyes are fixed passionately on the glowing screen, it feels as if you are manipulating the pixels directly with your imagination. Time slips away, the music becomes invisible and then it happens. The unblinking eyes that have been focused so intensely on your monitor reach breaking point, they fill with fluid and tears stream down your face. The wet salty drops stream down your face and the physical reminder brings you back into temporal reality and you wipe them off your face.
I haven’t had "the tears" is a while, but I had them while working on this piece. actual sive is 4000x6000 pixels
I cant remember if i have posted these before so forgive me if I have but these are a few of the images im submitting for the spectrum book
I anticipate it will be a while untill i get my act together and post agian so ill include some recent analog art as well
this is about an hour life drawing of my beloved Johna
and here is a portrait thats on display at the shooting gallery of my beloved Marko
and in case anyone has forgotten what i look like here is an oil painting sp i did and the last shooting gallery 12 hour painting show-
thanks for your eyeballs
Last edited by Android; January 18th, 2006 at 05:21 AM.
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awesome work Andrew!! f*cking nuts is what you are...in a good way..=) I love the dog piece..really nice.
You should have no problem getting into Spectrum with those pieces.
thx for posting these.
January 17th, 2006 #3
I know exactly what you mean with the tears...
SP is cool, and so are the others. Nice portrait of your girl too.
Don't wait this long with your next update Andrew K ?
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drawing, and ugly, and nothing else." JAD Ingres, Ecrits sur l'art
January 17th, 2006 #4
i love the last sp!
markos portrait was cool too
nice to see some stuff from you andrew!
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I love you man.
You sir, are a daily inspiration to me.
These are dynamic, dark, beautiful, and sensational.
January 17th, 2006 #6
great stuff man, portraits are especially sweet!
January 17th, 2006 #7
It's great to see some new stuff from you ! The pic with the horses is simply great ! Cheers, Android !
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geez man, did you cut a hole out for the eye and just stand behind it in that last self portrait from instant gratification? just freaky
January 17th, 2006 #9
i dare say im quite a bit impressed with the latest piece, i saw the image before your username but nonetheless it screamed your style. couse saying that, im always impressed by your work. keep it coming mate, we are all in awe
January 17th, 2006 #10
Hi Andrew, I really like the way you're going with your abstract pieces. The first one is strong but I really like the white angel with black wings, simple shapes but my fav from this bunch.
thanks for sharing.
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January 17th, 2006 #12
AAH!!!! Like sniffing heroin.
Beautiful... simply beautiful.
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Good job man, good to see you posting again. I love how unique your digis are... Always a prize to see that
January 17th, 2006 #14
Nooice work. Loving this style, you're really perfecting it lately. Words can't measure my fangirlishness over these pics
January 17th, 2006 #15
awsome stuff! i love the portraits!!!!
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January 17th, 2006 #17
That´s the way, you have to be more frequent from now on then! Really nice portraits all of them, Marko-one was too cool! You really really do have your own style digitally, I haven´t seen anyone do anything like what you do. They look YOURS! Good thing!!! But also in a way a bad thing... Well what the hell do I rant about that, your other works look so different anyway and your digitals are (even though alike) too nice to look at!
...but still would like to see where you can stretch yourself since in your selfportraits there were some which were totally something different! Wonder what you are doing in MB and NOT showing us...
January 17th, 2006 #18
Always nice to see some new stuff from you Andrew The portraits are of course beautiful but what blows my mind is the 3rd painting. What's the story behind it ?
January 17th, 2006 #19
WOW, nice to see your work...
Love the johna and marko's portrait, absolutly gorgeous.
Thanks for sharing what you've been up to.
Always a pleasure to see your work
January 17th, 2006 #20
I like a lot your self portrait, XVIIIth century style, and its strong contrast black/white.(though the subject could be more centered, I think)
The white angel is cool too, a sober effect for a strong impact.
BTW I can't load your website anymore : I saw your fast life drawings on it, awesome, so I feel frustrated not to see them anymore.
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January 17th, 2006 #21
You are a great inspiration. Thank you.
January 17th, 2006 #22
wow, Andrew.. Those portraits are really something else... I especially like Marko's portrait but your portrait is really amazing... Looks like something out of a Rob Zombie flick. The like type of dude that would strap down his victims on a examining table and pick at their skin with a fishing hook trying to fins the ripest part to devour.. Damb cool i tell you... Where ever you get the inspiration morph someones face into the portraits you create, I want some of that.. where ever you get it...
Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd
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Hi Andrew, I'm so excited to see this work. you have stated your passion for art and it is oh so apparent in these pieces. my favorite is the portrait of Marko. incredible!
January 17th, 2006 #24
All these pieces are fucking gorgeous, but your portraits are truly powerful. Good luck on getting into Spectrum bro, it's about time they heard of the Jones.
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January 17th, 2006 #26
sweet stuff man, um... i mean pretty fucking awesome! digging the portraits. always great to see new stuff from you. thanx for sharing.
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January 17th, 2006 #27
Great work, especially those SPs. Your pieces always have a twist to them that i enjoy alot
Great work and keep it up
January 17th, 2006 #28
speechless... freaking amazing
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excellent stuff Android, the analog stuff is awsome, dont suppose you have any sketchbook pages laying around?
January 17th, 2006 #30
Is this Art' or CCooncept Art' ...the world I know is falling apart around me!
Yo, I dig the 3rd one the best. I love the dynamics of the figure that come through even with little to no detail.
Could we get a detail of you self port? I would like to see how you handled your oil paint.