..pretty much trippy to say the least. In case you don't know about it, Google created this program that uses image recognition software, or something, and references thousands of images from a database, or something, and attempts to create a piece of software that can recognise objects and faces, or something. The results are potently psychedelic, somewhat of a Dimethyltryptamine emulator, and it finally answers the decades old question: do computers dream of electric dogs?
Sketchup is awesome! Especially since I'm a sucker for architecture. Here are some experimental models I made based on a Second Empire style Manor. This tool is incredible for use in perspective drawing.
Progression of "Mortal Masquerade" Size: 70X100 Oil on canvas.
Due to the long drying nature of the medium, everything had to be done at a slower pace. This lead to multiple changes to the planned outcome... I find acrylic paint is much less frustrating..
On the 18th of Feburary 2009, whilst in the midst of confusion at college, I made my first entry to my 'temporary' illustration blog. Six years later, the 'temporary' decision has now come into effect! I will not be posting on blogspot as of now, because I have this flashy new website that connects to my blog automatically!
The last post I made there was in 2013, so its not as if the world will suddenly stop spinning, however you can still visit my old blog by clicking here!
You can also visit another deadsite here which links to my completely dead Facebook page...ENJOY!
I was dusting over the cobwebs full of my stored art that had compiled over the last years. So much was never shown to anyone, and it surprised me how much I had forgotten. I should get round to putting more work up on this blog...just as soon as I finish rehousing all these homeless spiders.