Thanks. It's starting to get weird trying to figure out new angles to draw my own feet. I need to do about 20 more of them to have enough for the sculpture I am making. I am just changing around the style a bit by which I create values and use new lighting angles.
I'm also painting my house and doing some other cosmetic things to it. There is an 8 ft. x 8 ft. little alcove like porch between my front door and my little door into my garage. I am going to make a thing like a Chinese style room divider out of a couple of pieces of plywood. Maybe it will help prevent the leaves from blowing in there and collecting. Here are my plan drawings. The blackened circle is the walk through hole and the repeating pattern is cut into the frame surrounding it. The two pieces of plywood will probably be on hinges so they don't prevent me moving appliances and big paintings in and out.
I haven't been idle, though my efforts have been in applied art rather than esoterica lately. Here is how far I have gotten on the brick work on my patio and one of the sides of the house I have finished painting. I know the house painting is minimalist, but that sort of thing never seems to go out of style.
The pattern of your chinese room divider looks a bit .... too busy? Don´t know if this´ll work out but I´m anxious to see what the progress will look like.
The house is real minimalistic and the brickworks is a bit ordinary too. But then again, it is not conceptart either. But hard and tiresome work I guess. Shows us ome more pics when you throw your first BBQ there.
A tutor once said to me: "Let your mind go!" and it didn´t come back.
Here is the prickly pear about 2/3 done. It is black and white because I wanted to preserve the pencil form of the feet instead of painting over them and also there is a black and white gallery show at the end of September I would like to be in.
Never mind. The library computer won't read my floppy disk again.
After I logged out for the day I found out that the librarian had accidentally deleted a bunch of work related print jobs I had sent. Sheesh! So much for the grand experiment of not paying for the internet.