AAD (Art a Day Project): Week 45

("On Stage". Friday 7/25/14. Pencil.)

(“On Stage”. Friday 7/25/14. Pencil.)

("Coco, the radioactive space ape". Saturday 7/26/14. Pencil.)

(“Coco, the radioactive space ape”. Saturday 7/26/14. Pencil.)

("Bubble Girl." Sunday 7/26/14. Pencil.)

(“Bubble Girl.” Sunday 7/26/14. Pencil.)

("Venus in Furs." Monday 7/27/14. Pen.)

(“Venus in Furs.” Monday 7/27/14. Pen.)

("Sky Woman". Tuesday 7/29/14. Pen. Interpretation of a Native American Creation story.)

(“Sky Woman”. Tuesday 7/29/14. Pen. Interpretation of a Native American Creation story.)

("Fish and Crab". Wednesday 7/30/14. Pen.)

(“Fish and Crab”. Wednesday 7/30/14. Pen.)

("Deco Ball". Thursday 7/31/14. Pencil.)

(“Deco Ball”. Thursday 7/31/14. Pencil.)

Countdown: 6 weeks to go

AAD (Art a Day Project): Week 32

("Ink Woman". Friday 4/26/14. Pen.)

(“Ink Woman”. Friday 4/26/14. Pen.)

("Ant's Dinner". Saturday 4/27/14. Pen.)

(“Ant’s Dinner”. Saturday 4/27/14. Pen.)

("Searching for a Story". Sunday 4/27/14. Pen.)

(“Searching for a Story”. Sunday 4/27/14. Pen.)

("Character Design". Monday 4/28/14. Pen.)

(“Character Design”. Monday 4/28/14. Pen.)

("Flow". Tuesday 4/29/14. Pen.)

(“Flow”. Tuesday 4/29/14. Pen.)

("Wonky Wolf Spirit." Wednesday 4/30/14. Pen.)

(“Wonky Wolf Spirit.” Wednesday 4/30/14. Pen.)

("Fashion." Thursday 5/1/14. Pen.)

(“Fashion.” Thursday 5/1/14. Pen.)

AAD (Art a Day Project): Week 17

Hey everyone! So I’ve decided to switch things up a bit and not include the time it took to draw the pictures (just because it doesn’t seem relevant anymore). I’ve learned that I cannot, due to my own creative process, other projects, or work, sit down in one setting and draw a picture. That being said, all the pictures still will be drawn in a 24 hour period every day until sometime in September.

If anyone really wants me to include times I will, but for now I think I’ll just write the date and title of my little doodles.

("Tsuchigumo". Friday 1/10/14. Start - 2:05 pm. End - 2:35 pm. Pen.)

(“Tsuchigumo”. Friday 1/10/14. Pen.)

("AD Design". Saturday 1/19/14)

(“AD Design”. Saturday 1/19/14. Sharpie.)

And that makes another notebook full of drawings! Now to book 3…

("Native American Mucha". Sunday 1/12/14. Pen.)

(“Native American Mucha”. Sunday 1/12/14. Pen.)

("Woman on the moon". Monday 1/13/14. Pen.)

(“Woman on the moon”. Monday 1/13/14. Pen.)

("Tribal". Tuesday 1/14/14. Pen.)

(“Tribal”. Tuesday 1/14/14. Pen.)

("Evil Queen". Wednesday 1/15/14. Pen.)

(“Evil Queen”. Wednesday 1/15/14. Pen.)

("Aslan". Thursday 1/16/14. Pen.)

(“Aslan”. Thursday 1/16/14. Pen.)

AAD (Art a Day Project): Week 9

("Failed Experiment- Phase 2 of the testing, however, did not go well. It seems that although human behavior started at adequate levels at the beginning of the experiment, animal tendencies took over as aggression rose. Subject L still refuses to wear human garments". Friday 11/15/13. Start- 12:37 pm. End- 8:16 pm. Sharpie.)

(“Failed Experiment- Phase 2 of the testing, however, did not go well. It seems that although human behavior started at adequate levels at the beginning of the experiment, animal tendencies took over as aggression rose. Subject L still refuses to wear human garments”. Friday 11/15/13. Start- 12:37 pm. End- 8:16 pm. Sharpie.)

("Thrown-behind-the-Curtain- Is there not another boy your age near the village? Yes, Thrown behind the Curtain said, he lives beyond the trees, in the spring. Thrown behind the curtain pointed to the west, towards the small cluster of trees past the last teepee in the village. Well, you should bring him here and make him live with us, his father said. Thrown behind the Curtain said, I cannot, because his teeth are too sharp like a river creature. But if you make me a suit of rawhide, he said, holding up the buffalo skins from the hunt, I will try and catch him." Saturday 11/16/13. Start- 12:05 pm. End- 2:03 pm. Sharpie. Based on a Native American legend.)

(“Thrown-behind-the-Curtain- Is there not another boy your age near the village? Yes, Thrown behind the Curtain said, he lives beyond the trees, in the spring. Thrown behind the curtain pointed to the west, towards the small cluster of trees past the last teepee in the village. Well, you should bring him here and make him live with us, his father said. Thrown behind the Curtain said, I cannot, because his teeth are too sharp like a river creature. But if you make me a suit of rawhide, he said, holding up the buffalo skins from the hunt, I will try and catch him.” Saturday 11/16/13. Start- 12:05 pm. End- 2:03 pm. Sharpie. Based on a Native American legend.)

("Flowers". Sunday 11/17/13. Start - 11:04 am. End - 11:38 am. Colored Pencil and sharpie.)

(“Flowers”. Sunday 11/17/13. Start – 11:04 am. End – 11:38 am. Colored Pencil and sharpie.)

("Abstract" Monday 11/18/13. Start - 1:30 pm. End - 2:01 pm. Sharpie.)

(“Abstract” Monday 11/18/13. Start – 1:30 pm. End – 2:01 pm. Sharpie.)

("Mau". Tuesday 11/19/13. Start - 2:34 pm. End - 3:00 pm. Sharpie.)

(“Mau”. Tuesday 11/19/13. Start – 2:34 pm. End – 3:00 pm. Sharpie.)

("Celtic Compass". Wednesday 11/20/13. Start - 2:36 pm. End - 11:56 pm. Sharpie.)

(“Celtic Compass”. Wednesday 11/20/13. Start – 2:36 pm. End – 11:56 pm. Sharpie.)

("Ouija" Thursday 11/21/13. Start - 2:43 pm. End - 10:23 pm. Sharpie.)

(“Ouija” Thursday 11/21/13. Start – 2:43 pm. End – 10:23 pm. Sharpie.)