I’ve been messing around with some geometric stuff, because I’ve been learning about it during my internship.
I don’t actually look as good as this filter makes me look.
I changed my hair finally.
I remembered that when I went to The Art Institute, I saw prints from a class where the students made portraits in Illustrator. I never got to take that class, so I made one for myself.
And here’s a close up because it’s rather big and magnificent.
I decided to paint this as a tribute to Noel Fielding’s Luxury Comedy, since it is on of my favorite shows. I included elements from the Luxury Comedy set in the art by adding the leaves from his forest in his hair and making a half-cameo with bold stripes and bright colors. I was especially happy, because I posted the finished product in a tweet to him, and he retweeted it!
I’m working on making my branding more whimsical and creative now that I’m out of school. As much as I respected my teachers when they said that I should keep it simple, I think that it is important that my branding be a reflection of my interests, and the type of art influences with which I personally identify. In this banner, I added some silhouettes from previous projects and experiments, and added some baroque style details as a frame. I’m very happy with the results.
I had to sit still for about three hours while my cat painted this portrait of me. It was well worth it.
I just finished a painting of @sarahmsloan
mcgyle asked: Love me like a 36 lb bag of meat, bones and fur named Mr. Wiggles
I don’t like meat, Kyle, I’m a vegan.
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