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Friends ask me if I’ve seen the latest episode of such-and-such or gorged myself upon the latest streaming series. They’re usually terrified or at least concerned for my well being when I admit to the crap that I actually pipe … Continue reading
Yeah, I’m back again with another doodle in the cheap sketchbook. What can I say? This torch that I found cannot be drowned. It seems that I haven’t enjoyed doodling this much since I was about five years old. Back … Continue reading
For the people who know me, this is going to sound crazy, but I miss working in art supply stores.
Here’s another Halloween Horror Head I created in Affinity Designer while I waited for my son’s early morning bus. I was trying to do something different, but I wound up with another vampire. This one is based on Lon Chaney’s … Continue reading
This was the guy that started it all. I did him as an icon experiment in Adobe Illustrator back in 2006. I was trying to keep it as simple as possible and played with the blending modes of the various … Continue reading
Eerie architectural detail above the entrance at the Southwark School located at 1835 S. 9th Street in South Philly. It looks either like on of the ghosts from Scooby Doo or one of the demonic cenobites from Clive Barker’s Hellraiser.
Here’s another Photo Elective shot that seems more like an act of desperation than an intentional attempt at art.
Being that Halloween is practically upon us, I figured I would dust off this curious piece of ephemera found in a flat file cabinet at a Philadelphia area printer.
Ninety-seventh in a series creating a collage using five elements.
I know that we’re basking in the dog days of summer, but Halloween is just around the corner! With October 31st in mind, I decided to take a spooky shot and see what I could do to push it a … Continue reading
Ninety-third in a series creating a collage using five elements.
Back in the 1980s, I went to art school, and I along with all of the other illustration majors were required to take a minor course in photography. We had to shoot the photos as well as process the negatives … Continue reading