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Well not recent. I made these model drawings at art school some 25 years ago.  

This is my friend’s stuff. He’s so god damn good and has finally started sharing his drawings and paintings on Instagram.     

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Hey thanks a lot. Yeah what delet said I'm 20 y/o and have got to where i am through practicing daily yet i'm not satisfied with my work and hopefully never will be. Please post your drawings!

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dang, really sweet work being posted lately - especially your work isumber! love the ornately minimal vibe

 

built an analog video glitch box for processing video - just testing it out now, here's a bit from Legend on VHS:

 

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So this whole summer I was working on a children's cartoon and I finally put it on tubes to show. Have fun and feel free to comment, share and explain what aspects of it suck. Love ya.

 

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Oh cool, I'll watch it when I get home. I won't be including any negative critique, watmm doesn't tolerate that sort of thing any more, since you've been away, it's morphed into a safe space for manginas and sjws. heh.

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Wow, I feel a bit of a voyeur looking at that. Is it a piece about marriage? Or do I need to see some psycho therapist?

We can do a kind of group therapy if you like. What do you see?

 

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Wow, I feel a bit of a voyeur looking at that. Is it a piece about marriage? Or do I need to see some psycho therapist?

We can do a kind of group therapy if you like. What do you see?

 

uFqvnLy.jpg

 

love it

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