100% Computer graphics. Christopher
and four ladies.
A picture created for my cousin the paramedic.
aprox 9x11 in gouache (on some nice Arches paper)
# 43 .
An oil painting on paper filled with scratchy penwork.
# 44 .
How do you describe this one? Sort of
a tiny cartoon Bebel deal with roads that turn into walls.
# 45 .
Golden Arches warping the landscape. The original is
acrylic and fun to look at. It is a tad stretched tall here to fit
better on the card.
# 46 .
A large painting 3 foot by 5 of me in my long haired
days acting disinterested in the compliments these 1920's style ladies
are offering me. I like to pretend that I don't like this painting
so when people try to convince me of it's quality, I've created the
painting again in person. Acting.
# 47 .
A small acrylic 7x9 with lots of shadows and the Baby
Fractal (that should be trade marked). Notice the tiny bodies marching
by the giant nude woman.
# 48 .
I am in the process of creating an oil version of this! I was trying
to show up M.C. Escher with this one (I know, he does those brilliant
This a watercolor, I will update the card with the better image.
# 49 .
I'm really proud of this one. It is very fancy. Look
at the way the tv stand behaves. Gouache. This little picture does
not do it justice - look for a limited edition print of this one in
# 50 .
Babies floating by the lady with the big serpent. Rich
oil paint style (reverse colour seperation technique).