Sprick is a term from my school days, junior high. Using your thumb, you held back your finger, tensing it up, and then, when you loosened your thumb, your finger snapped out at its target, the earlobe of the person sitting in front of you for example, causing sharp pain. I was usually on the [...]
Tag Archive 'hands'
Crave at the Mall of America seems to be my sanctuary from the shopping crowds. I tend to end up at the bar with my sketch pad, a beer, and some sushi while my family shops. Today, I started a drawing of one of the bar patrons and my daughter later joined in contributing a [...]
This image was commissioned for a magazine article about inflammation. The idea for the piece was a pattern of abstracted cell shapes surrounding a helpless floating figure that also contained some of these cell shapes. I sketched out a couple of options for the client to choose from. The first was a hand rather than [...]
(and here’s the psychedelic version)