Tuesday, May 29, 2012


HELLO! I'm happy to say I have finished my finals and am now a recent grad with an AA in Art, and AA in Interdisciplinary Studies in Letters and Science (i think, haha). 

To celebrate that I finished school I decided to paint/draw, and I'm semi-satisfied with the results:

I would categorize this under my more abstract work, at least, more impressionistic....I'm not sure, but I know it's DEFINITELY not realism at all. 

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Fox head, derp

I had such fun drawing the tiger, that I tried out a fox...I do not like it very much, though. It turned out...sort of uncouth...awkward...wonky.

It was sort of fun, I guess. I plan on working on my future prints which I will say more about in later posts. THEN I will return to my usual style. :D

The second is an old piece that got into the student show at my school. Yay. I post up this one and another online somewhere and asked for opinions. This one won. 

Scribb #128

Tuesday, May 15, 2012


I drew a tiger...not much to say about it, it's sort of a rough sketch that I plan on cleaning up after finals. I also drew a fox head, which I will post next week. 
This a departure from my usual choice of medium...

Friday, May 4, 2012


This week and next, I shall be studying for my dreaded human anatomy finals!! I'm a tad bit nervous, because since being accepted into a four-year university as a transfer kid, I have become a lazy potato. ANYWAY, I also have way too many writing assignments. All the classes were smooth sailing until now. With the end looming near, a storm has brewed....I don't know if I will make it out alive. (I probably will.)

(none of these are scribbs, btw.)

Inspired by the poem, Barrio Beateo by Jesse F. Garcia. This was for a project for my lit class.

Oil painting of a donut that was accepted into a student show at my community college. YEAH!

EYE OF THE TIGER!! VERY quick sketch of a tiger's eye I saw online. 
Preparation for a potential commission. :D

Another quick sketch, even quicker....you can probably tell. I used a picture as reference; it looked like a wolf, but I made it look a bit like a husky here...except the snout is shorter on a husky...NEVER MIND.