See T'Hed Thirty-Two for more on this process... Reflections on the previous day's events has out hero's thinking in all directions and the floating yellow blocks are doing their best to follow the story, (as much as I imagine you are...) All participants remain eyes-wide-open to all plot twists and narrative turns; ready to explore … Continue reading Working out an Inspiration – T’Hed Thirty-Three:
See T'Hed Thirty-One for more on this process... Refreshed after a cool swim, our protagonist says their goodnights and retires from the frame. Satisfaction from a day of mysterious rumination and expression, the loving viewer hold the glance of our hero for the final seconds of the scene. The floating blocks have already left the … Continue reading Working out an Inspiration – T’Hed Thirty-Two: Exit Stage Right
See T'Hed Thirty for more on this process... After a long day's work, the water looks really inviting and the floating green blocks are slowly leaving for the night. Our protagonist is too tired to change from work clothes and too shy to dive in as is... he imagines melting into the cool waves... Stay … Continue reading Working out an Inspiration – T’Hed Thirty-One: Considering a Dive
See T'Hed Twenty-Nine for more on this process... Hmmm... not sure what the director is thinking here, much less the protagonist... the title has my mind reading into giggly adolescent mischief, especially with the pink sky.. Could our hero be just dodging the floating yellow blocks, or is this some subtle mating dance for the … Continue reading Working out an Inspiration – T’Hed Thirty: Worming
See T'Hed Twenty-Eight for more on this process... Momentary confusion ensues when the directors forget where they are and the various protagonists fly into the frame in seemingly different scenes... The floating orange blocks add no clarity to the perplexity. Yet, what is creates is an interesting tableau for the editor to consider. Stay tuned … Continue reading Working out an Inspiration – T’Hed Twenty-Nine: Crossed Signals
See T'Hed Twenty-Seven for more on this process... The camera pans right a little too rapidly and out protagonist works hard to stay in the frame. he free-floating yellow blocks struggle with the movement of it all and only that which is mored to the figure holds in the frame. Stay tuned for more...
See T'Hed Twenty-Six for more on this process... The landscape is quiet, almost dead, except for the oppression of the floating red blocks; then our protagonist decides to enter the scene... maybe it is directed to do so and maybe it Sid compelled to do so... either way, it demonstrates a timid entry... Stay tuned … Continue reading Working out an Inspiration – T’Hed Twenty-Seven: Enter Stage Right
See T'hed Twenty-Five for more on this series Full disclosure: I didn't realize it was so long since I did this one... and the ones that lead up to new ones done this past week. I got sidetracked by teaching and seeing my students' artworks grow. I also abandoned the large acrylic painting I was … Continue reading Working out an Inspiration – T’Hed Twenty-Six: The Sore Thumb
Quite some time ago, before Covid... my drawing teacher asked us to do what he called Goya Squares. The premise is that he cut of (photocopies) of famous Goya etchings into 1" squares; we were to take between one to three of them, place them on a large white sheet of paper and draw outwards … Continue reading Creative Blocks – Goya Squares Continued
See T'Hed: Dry Pastels from previous musings... Sadly and happily, this painting is developing very slowly... I can't tell you how many times I've wanted to just paint over it and start something entirely different! It may happen anyway, once I decide this is finished. My goal on this one was to see how I … Continue reading Painting an Inspiration – T’Hed: Muckin’ it up with Acrylic Gels.