I’ve been taking lots of Vines on the subway lately. I mostly make them because it’s one part of my day with a lot of down time, and because there’s so much stuff going on down there. The whole practice ahs been mainly experimental. I make them just to see how the end result will come out, since you can’t preview a Vine until you’re done recording. It’s always a surprise exactly how the final on-the-fly edit will come out.
Here are some of my favorite Vines I’ve taken on the subway from the past couple weeks. Or you can check out all of my vines.
…and if he didn’t, then this array of pixels is your present. Happy holidays!
This is just a fun drawing i did for Halloween. Finished it too late to sell on shirts etc this year, maybe ext time kiddies. Although, I did show a print of it at the Gemini & Scorpio masquerade on Saturday.
Anybody out there celebrate Halloween year round and would want a T-shirt of this anyway?
My entry for”The Stylus Circular,” the upcoming book by the art collective Stylus. (http://styl.us)
Just finished it the other night, and I’m pretty proud of it. I drew most of it in Illustrator and did the finishing touches, textures and shading in Photoshop.Starting to run with that style I was developing with my recent self portrait. It’s based on these two sketches from my brainstorming session.
Can you guess who William Ding is?
This here is my submission to the black & white zine European Panda. Mmm… halftones.
I was so busy this week, but I managed to squeeze in this drawing for IF.
Getting wild with the gradient mesh today…