When I started woodworking last spring, I thought I may build a few things, be better equipped to sand something and that was about all. What I did not anticipate was a growing passion that has continued to challenge and teach me new lessons. The thought of being able to build high quality items for […]
The Battle of Franklin made up some of the bloodiest hours of the Civil War. Thousands of men died on both sides of the line. 2014 marks the 150 anniversary of the battle. Be sure to visit Franlin150.com
So I started woodworking this past year as hobby. It has been a fantastic learning experience. It is so cool to use modern technology to learn about principles hundreds of year old that still apply to the craft today.
In an age where you can create things at will with an infinite supply of pixels, there is still something refreshing about simple, analog pencil and paper.
I have been up to my eyes in work since I accepted a job as the new Art Director at Birdsong Creative. More work = good for me and less posts for you.
I love these organic, fluid snapshots by photographer Luke Klikovca, that are gone as quickly as you see them. More after the break.
My boys jumping off a rock. Fun!
Once you have a small grasp on anatomy, its fun to start “experimenting” and exaggerating features.
Being habitually creative requires far more than original thinking. Published on March 29, 2012 by Jeffrey Davis, M.A. in Tracking Wonder The right-brained creativity myth isn’t the only limited notion of what creativity is, what it requires, and how it happens. Again, let me be audacious enough to mention another one: the creative thinking myth. And you tell me what you think. […]
I found a great photo of a this woman at Shorpy.com. I rather liked the quick little sketch i did. I am always working on proportions, measurements, and placement.