probably no posts for a while. Here’s a good song.
The New York duo plays sinewy, spiky, dense and danceable pop-rock songs with an electronic pulse.
This may not be everyone’s taste but I’m really liking this album so far. So I thought I’d share it!
When our parents would leave home to run errands, we’d stop doing homework and play soccer in the house. And we liked using rectangular objects around the house as “goals”.
This included the piano.
Once in a while only one of our parents would leave. And we’d forget.
I think we spent more time using the piano as a target than an actual instrument…
As a kid there was a sword/shield that we had gotten from Medieval Times. My parents usually only bought me and my brother 1 toy instead of 2 so we had to share. So we took turns using the sword and cap gun. We’d fight imaginary armies and turn the whole day into battles for control of each room in our house. Sometimes the situation got so bad we’d end up fighting each other and usually the guy with the wooden sword would thump the other in the head.
Our parents then took away our toy privileges… but we’d find where they hid them eventually and it’d start all over.
thats-not-allfolks asked: i must say that i love your artwork, its so cool & it really inspires me.I have a question regarding the drawing method that they teach at CalArts,Im practicing human figure on my own, in order to prepare to attend classical animation on VFS .I'm using the vilppu method with the help of his book & video classes to learn anatomy, but i read that the but i read that the Reilly's method works best for human figure. does teachers at Calarts focuses on any of this two methods? or use another?Thanks!
Hey, thanks! It makes my day when someone can get something from the stupid doodles I do.
As far as life drawing goes, CalArts doesn’t really “teach”. Everyone kind of draws and studies on their own. I don’t really know anything about methods for life drawing. I think everyone here just draws and keeps drawing until they figure out what works for them. That probably didn’t help, but just keep drawing! I think you’ll figure out your own way to do things if you just keep drawing.