Since I was in NYC this past Saturday and wasn’t able to post, I thought I’d give you this.
It is a series of photos I took utilizing a carved pumpkin. I started off with some long exposure shots and progressed into making my youngest brother wear it on his head while my other brother chased him with a large knife in front of our parents house.
I know I shot this while I was taking a photography class as a sophomore at CCAD. But I’m pretty sure the series had nothing to do with any of the assigned projects. Props to my brothers Cody and Collin for being such willing subjects none the less.
By the way, I went to MoMA in NYC this past Saturday. Their collection is jaw dropping, not to mention the German Expressionism exhibition they are currently showing. Wow.
I got to doodle this week and ended up with this. It was done in ink and then colored digitally.
I would be a lot more interested in jump roping if I could do it on the moon.
One of the many doodles to come out of my time as a student intern for Ohio Department of Public Safety. Back when breaks were generous enough to doodle during. Good times, miss you folks.
This week I present this. It is a charcoal drawing of my littlest bro Collin, done using a reduction method.
The weekend I spent working on this was really fun. It was the weekend back in March of 2008 when we got slammed with a blizzard. So Collin, Emily and I built an awesome snow fort, laughed at people trying to drive, and played Super Mario Kart for N64 all weekend. Oh, and completed this drawing.