I'm planning a month long journey through Europe in September. For two weeks i'll be traveling through London and Ireland with friends but I have an extra two and a half weeks for myself. I have two choices, I can go to Paris or hit up Barcelona. Both sound incredibly fun and inspirational for my art. However, there is so much I want to see but so little time. What should I do? I'd love to hear what people think!
Last edited by cubesoflard; July 30th, 2010 at 12:57 PM.
I love the dumb expression of the pig/cow like ork men things. And that recent study is... just, fucking incredible.
I tried out some quick acrylic landscapes. Maybe you can stop buy and give me some crit some time....
I just got back from the most amazing trip ever. I spent a month traveling the UK and explored countries I always dreamed of visiting as a child. We kicked off the trip by celebrating my buddies stag party in Dublin. Than we had an amazing wedding in a 200 year old cathedral in London. Than I traveled south to Spain to enjoy tapas, the beaches, and sangria. I got back several days ego and now I'm already planning my next trip.
Its funny, while I was walking through the national portrait galleries in London, I found this:
I nearly crapped myself. Gerome is one of my favorite artist but alas, the only book I found of his costs almost $200. But the good ol Getty published a this new book thats affordable! I just bought it and highly recommend it to anyone who's into the whole oriental thing which I'm sure many of you are.
Last edited by cubesoflard; October 5th, 2010 at 12:16 PM.
Last month was a little tough for me and my art. I was walking in downtown Eugene to my car and saw the passenger window bashed. My laptop was jacked along with my intuos 4 Wacom. So its been rough since I can't paint at the moment. So I've been doing a little bit of drawing and practicing with my markers again. Here's some thumbs and sketches.
Finally worked up enough money and forked out a cheep ass acer with a new Wacom. After going through relationships, doing landscaping for money, and having my PC stolen, I rarely touched a pencil or even thought about art since May. Its been one hell of a summer. But after traveling through Europe and reuniting with life long friends, I finally Returned to my work. I plan on starting my own business and create, design and paint for friends and associates. Here's some work from today. Cheers.
Thanks Hajime! I'm under a new profile now and you can check out more of my work at