Monthly Archives: December 2014

My sketch-a-day New Year’s resolution.

So, 2014 is almost over, and it’s time to make wildly optimistic resolutions for 2015. This year, I am challenging myself to post one sketch a day. Not difficult enough, you say? Well, I’m also going to limit the content … Continue reading

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Understanding creative output.

Ever since I read Stephen King’s On Writing, I have been obsessed with the fact that he writes 2,000 words a day. That is a daunting number. I have tried and failed to reach this commitment with my writing. It … Continue reading

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The origin of an artist’s style and tastes.

By way of an introduction, I wanted to discuss how an artist’s style and tastes are something of a slave to subconscious memories, specifically those that form in childhood, by relating a personal experience that has influenced my aesthetic interests … Continue reading

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