“I remembered Tolstoy’s conception of human life, namely, that man is a manifestation of the spirit of God temporarily imprisoned within the confines of his individual existence and seeking to break out and merge with the souls of others and with God.” Vladimir Chertkov on The Death Of Lev Tolstoy
"people whose smiles are repulsive"
Put a bird on it.
Flight back from Vegas.
"Abandon nothing" continues.
Get ready for a wave of sketchbook updates this weekend.
A second experimental stop motion collaboration with John Kushmaul. More to come on the masks, which we made out of paper mache.
Anonymous asked: Are you really the coolest person ever? Cause it really seems like it.
Aw, shucks! You just made my day.
One last encaustic.
The Idle Class
"Abandon Nothing" / 11" x 17" / graphite, watercolor, pastel
"Dream after dream, we all lie in each other’s arms." Leonard Cohen, Beautiful Losers
An evolution of encaustic exploration at my rad job. First time to every paint with wax, but I think I got the hang of it.