New MOC’s from yesterday
rants and whatnots about art and my creative process
New MOC’s from yesterday
As you know, I nerd out with Lego and call it design! Not too long ago I finished making the four characters from this game based off the Wii version (which I can’t get enough of). Click on either the pic to see the entire set (opens in new window).
The initial mock ups always have the most character!
Updated my Flickr page with new Lego creations. See all of them here!
While I normally don’t post anything art related (or not by me), this is the exception. Well, for one, food is art. And two, since it was given to Steph and I, we kinda do have ownership of it… so I guess this post isn’t too far off topic after all.
Anyways, we have a neighbor who’s a pastry chef. For the past three weeks, he and his wife have given us treats that he makes at work (it’s a conspiracy to get us chubby). Believe it or not, they’re tastier than they look – and they look mighty tasty!
This post is dedicated to my friend from Japan who’s looking into becoming a pastry chef. Based on what I’ve seen her design, I know that she can totally do it!
Last Saturday, the EKGM crew took a screenprinting class in the Mission. We each created an 8.5 x 11″ poster that featured our logo and mission statement. Being on a recent analog kick, I went with a non-digital design:
Lastly, here’s a collage I made using everyone’s poster:
You can check out everyone’s posters at the EKGM blog. Peace.
I love Legos. Always have, always will. Here are some MOC’s (my own creation) I made some time ago. When I get the chance, I’ll create instructions… I might even package them as my own sets and use them as gifts!
I was sorting through my Photojournalism pics and found two that screamed “animate me”. The animated munchkin is my niece Liyah during her 4th Bday:
*big up to g face g for showing me how to animate gifs
About a week ago, I came across Sketch Swap. It is what it sounds like – you draw a sketch and you get one in return. What makes it cool is that you get to view the entire process of the sketch you receive! I used about 20 minutes of today on it. Here’s the best one I got back:
Crush-O-Matic is a Funk Festival in SF showcasing DJs, Live Art, B-boys, and fashion (read more here). I’ll be in the city that day, so I’ll be stopping by and showcasing my AM90: WTRMLNs and other art in addition to selling Baduizm prints at $5. Stop on by and show some love. Peace.