Well yeah, that's my usual default mode, but today I'm really feeling it.
To amuse you all though, here's some more artwork of mine. Hopefully if you all look at the pretty pictures, then you'll forget about the pure amount of laziness that runs throughout this whole post:)
First up is a piece I call "Frank Miller Time." I did this one a few years ago, using just the Paint.net program. The use of shadow, the Frank Miller lighting, so to speak, is where the title comes from.
And of course like most works I do, I usually do a few variations on a theme, you know, because a girl has to have variety right Starr?:)
Next up is a recent piece starring the brand new rebooted Captain Marvel/Shazam bust. I liked it so much I snatched up the picture and went from there.
And here 's the lighter version. I couldn't decide which version to stick to since I liked them both.
This next one's based off a silly pic taken of me. I call it "All up in my brain!"
Again, just using Paint.net, and the Glass tile plug-in function that I was massively in love with for a while as you can tell.
I was probably in making CD/Album cover art state of mind with this one.
Here's a very early attempt at what I normally do now, with action figure skits. Yeah it's slightly out of focus and crude-looking as fuck, but you have to start somewhere:)
More Frank Miller Time variations.
Here's a recent piece I did. The actual spider picture is real, as I took it while in the backyard. I guess I was trying to go all National Geographic or something, but I was really amazed at catching the spider in the midst of wrapping up his dinner/leftovers.
And who better to stick next besides an actual spider, but Spider-Man right?
This is the original one, while the one up top looks like a still from a video or film.
And finally, because I just had to go there.......
Does the title of this post sound vaguely familiar? No? Maybe if you were a big ELP, or Emerson, Lake, and Palmer fan you would.
It's cool, they not as popular nowadays as they were back in their hayday, but they still rock.
To me, they're on par with Pink Floyd in the experimental, wall of sound/atmospheric way they compose their music. And they should, since they're both labeled Progressive Rock, or Prog Rock for short.
And if any you smart-asses out there mentions a certain band with the letter R in their name who's also considered Prog Rock, I swear to Jeebus, I'll kidney-punch you through the screen until you piss blood for a month!
And on that cherry note, here's some outro music for you all while you eat your high-classed cheese and crackers and sip your wine......you know, because that's what art-lovers do when there at a exhibition. Well at least that's what I've been told:)
Here's some ELP, with "C'est La Vie"!
Yes the video's kind of gay, but the song isn't, I assure you:)