Okay, I know it's been awhile again. Just drop it, i don't care. I enrolled in computertraining.com classes so I've been pretty busy. Got a new job out of it too, so my plates kinda full right now. I'm still doodling like crazy but any serious work is on hiatus. I've been dabbling a bit more lately, though, so maybe I'll have some new stuff up soon. Note To Self- Webcomic hilarity
Added by Roy A Burton on August 27, 2008 at 4:54pm —
just thought I'd let you know that a new bar has opened in my neighborhood and I was able to meet with the owners who are very into showing local artist's works. I currently have 4 paintings up in the bar and they will be there for approximately 2 more weeks.
If you are interested, reply to member Ellis on BAP and they will get back to you.
Also, if you have a chance, you should stop by for a drink and an appetizer...the atmosphere is awesome, the… Continue
this is the piece that i mentioned my finally being able to focus on something tangible. i'm not sure how it fell together, as my head was overflowing with all sorts of things i wanted [want] to do, but it came out pretty near to what i had in mind. there were a few inspirations along the way, and i gladly incorporated them in. i didn't realize how much this would take out of me. i want to start another, but sheesh, i'm sorta back at square one [unfocused].
i love that quote. i loved it so much, i used it for this piece.
i was frustrated going through my stuff trying to find just the right words in just the right font. when i was beyond frustrated, i popped open photoshop and did this my damned self.
this shrine was something that first started out as a paper box. when i was beating myself up with "what now", i put it aside and did other things. eventually i came back to it, worked on it until an general idea began to form,… Continue
Added by julie zarate on August 22, 2008 at 4:01pm —
i ordered this little man recently and was so happy when he arrived, i jumped right into a new piece [granted, i've got several in the works, but what's one more]. i started by taking out his organs [setting aside the heart so i could create a mold to cast duplicates from ... then promptly put aside the liver, spleen, intestines, etc, probably to never use. ever.]
i had just laid the foundation for the "bones" of the sculpture. the following day i bulked up the matches, adding texture, and securing all match ends underneath a victorian looking miniature picture frame. oh joy, how i loved the way it turned out!!…
Hi Dima , how are you we are Daniel and Irina your parents neighbours from kharkov from tabolskaya 52, we were looking for your father, we are leaving now in toronto, if you can give him our phone number we would love to finally talk to him its 905 747 0712
Added by Michael on August 18, 2008 at 12:46pm —
With an increasing number of gadgets to carry around a limited number of pockets, design gurus are in a quandary. They're looking for your ideas about where you see today’s fashion & technology influences coming from to help figure it all out. You can submit your thoughts via video or email to Z Spot Now, the group putting the contest together. The best entry wins a trip to NYC… Continue
"Brooklyn-based artist and computer scientist Jonathan Harris makes online art that captures the world's expression -- and gives us a glimpse of the soul of the Internet. Jonathan's work celebrates the world's diversity even as it illustrates the universal concerns of its occupants. His computer programs scour the Internet for unfiltered content, which his beautiful interfaces then organize to create coherence from the chaos."