17 May 2009

14 May 2009

Blue

Here is a thing I drew for Test Everything's May zine. I don't know if it's going to be used, but here it is for you to look at!

09 May 2009

Burial Mask

Here is a drawing based on an Ipiutak burial mask for Monthies (I am dominating that blog because I am the least busy) :


And here are drawings of nap time and a helicopter that I also did today.

08 May 2009

Mask Dance

Test Everything's deadline for May has been pushed back to the 15th, so you art people still have a chance to get in on this! Also June info will be up soon.

Now here is a drawing for you. I like the red hands, but they don't seem to work very well. They were brighter before and worked less, even.

07 May 2009

More Bear Masks

Like anything that is good for me I am reluctant to draw every day. Good job, me!




Also I know the masks aren't supposed to be open all the time, but I'm interested in drawing them wrong.

06 May 2009

Bear Mask Doodles

I spent most of my day working on an essay, so I only did a doodle today. Inuit opening mask.


Maybe more developed drawings of this tomorrow.

05 May 2009

Mosaic Man

The joint blog for themed months with my friends is up! Monthies! (Right now it's only my art, which you've seen here, but new things soon!)

Also, for all you art people out there, you might be interested in making something for the Test Everything zine. They need more people for the May issue, and the deadline is the 8th of this month right now! Be swift!


This is based off of this mask of Moctezuma, which is a mosaic on a real mummified human head! I saw it in the British Museum when I went to England. They have a lot of mummies.

04 May 2009

Eskimos

Today I was looking at these masks and drew this:


It pretty much just looks like wobbly Eskimos.

03 May 2009

Maskman

Hey internet, it's been a while again! I have something new for you! I'm going to be doing themed months with my friends Noel and Marina if we can get it to work well enough.

This month will be characters or whatever influenced by Native American art (all the Americas). So here is something I drew thinking about Inuit masks.