Playing catch up. I’ve been posting photos on general social media places.
Today I declare an “Arbitrary Photo Challenge”! Let’s call it a 30 day challenge. I challenge myself to spend the next 30 days actively looking for objects to photograph and then posting multiples of that item as if it were created with the intent to be “Art”.
I’m hoping to flesh this theme out a bit more as I go but I think you get the idea.
Todays Art.. I give you “get screwed”
If you follow me on Instagram or Flickr you may already know I was doing a 7 day black & white photo challenge. I love little challenges like this. I think I will do a new set of geeky photos soon. See all the photos below the cut.
I’ve been working in the background on a few things and have been bad about getting them here to share.
Let me share a few photos with you to correct that.
Sunday was busy. Family events in the morning running in the afternoon. When I did finally get home, less then 2 hours later and I broken a lawnmower belt and a band saw blade. It was an omen and I clearly should not have moved from the couch.
The good news is non of the things broken are outside my skills to repair.
I actually have art I could share but haven’t yet. I have ideas I’m kicking around and I want to get them out but I don’t think they are ready. Really the issue is that I did one comic and I’m not happy with it. It looks okay but it looks like every other comic I do. I’d like to try out a different style but still keep it simple enough that it would look good in black and white.
I’ll keep you posted.
I’m not a big fan of April Fools day. I’m more of a cautious observer. With that said I have no plans to try and fool any of you kind readers.
I will say though that ThinkGeek makes the best April Fools Days posts.
In Site related news I have been adding more photographs to the gallery. If you have been following me you will know that these are from older sets and are on Flickr. I wanted to pull a few of my favorites here for the purpose of highlighting them.
Starting next week I think I will flesh out the hand drawn work more.