Or a #2 pencil drawing and a copy machine.
starting working on a study for a new painting.
When work is slow draw a sad prospector guy on neon paper.
For and exquisite corpse project with the Brooklyn Art Library.
Where you draw a little kid launching a hellfire missile from a reaper drone.
or things that would be way cooler 8’ x 8’ or painting stuff no one wants in their house since 1984.
this would look pretty bad if I did it on an larger scale, somewhere around 8 ft x 8 ft. Maybe if I get in to one of these residencies I’ll be able to pull it off.
When I started this 72 inch tall painting.
Blatant drug art always seemed pretty lame to me, so I’ve gone through several iterations of these preliminary drawings in my sketchbook before landed on these two. It’s definitely been an internal struggle of whether I should even make these. I went through the same thing when I was working on the AR-15 painting but it ended up turning out pretty powerful.
48” didn’t seem tall enough so I jumped up
Of no one really caring about your work is it free’s you up to create stuff that will probably piss people off!
I’ve always said a sketchbook is the best weapon in an artists arsenal, this is how I use mine in the planing stage
Or something like that.