Experimenting with animating this vector space rainbow in After Effects.
This screenshot shows one of the masks I recently got to make for FX’s Atlanta. Ninja Puppet Productions made 35+ masks that were featured this past episode. It was fun getting to contribute to one of my favorite shows with so many talented artists. Thanks for letting me play with you guys!
Here’s the process for one of the masks I made for FX’s Atlanta! I built out the core form with paper, tape and plastic. The mask was sculpted from an air whipped epoxy clay on top of the core form, then removed for painting and finishing.
Here are some process photos of a Golden Delicious I made a while back. I carved this apple out of 4 pieces of balsa wood, using a wood burning tool for the details. It’s finished with oil paint and dipped in resin.
I have a show opening at Galeria Regina with the talented @dondiofbklyn ☠ Saturday March 17 5-9 pm ☠ RSVP here for sneak peeks!
When working with flat objects, I often start with either craft felt or partially felted thicker sheets I buy online. After I sew the finished pieces together, I push wool back over the stitches to hide them.
I’ll have original art on the walls and prints for sale with 50+ local artists. So much cool weirdness. It’s going to be fun!
When I paint in oils, I load up several brushes with colors. I use the loaded brushes to apply the paint, switching to a fresh dry brush to blend and soften the edges.
I have a few oil paintings and sculptures that I’ve been working on for years. They’re projects just for me, no deadlines. Sometimes I don’t touch them for months, and I have to wash off a layer of dust before diving back in. It’s like seeing an old friend or talking with a past version of myself. This one is finally getting close to done. Still needs tiny pupils for those tiny eyes #wip
This is Anansi, god of all knowledge of stories. He appears as both an ordinary spider and a human, often manifesting as a combination of the two.