Month: May 2021

  • On Copying an Artist’s Process

    I’ve been striving to publish more blog posts lately and as a result, I am starting to find a common thread in the way I like to work. One of my go-to techniques for getting started is copying an artist’s process. I take an artist and try to figure out how they made the thing. […]

  • Eckhart Tolle on being an artist

    Lately I’ve been having a creative block. But not just the normal, “I don’t know what to work on” block. This one has been more existential. In the past few years I have been reading (and practicing) the work of Eckhart Tolle, and I often think about how his philosophy relates to being an artist.

  • Vector Brushstroke Art

    This week I’ve been working on some vector brushstroke art. I have been taking the digitized brushstroke collages and bringing them to another level by vectorizing the brushstrokes. This: Becomes this: