Sunday, June 15, 2008

more painting with my boy...

This afternoon was a lazy, hot, and relaxing time. I continued to paint, and decided to explore fear. This is what came out.
exploring fear

My son painted along with me, sneaking the juice from my palette. Here's what he did. It must be our "blue period."

chaim's blue period

Saturday, June 14, 2008

Rainy Saturday...

This week my wife's sister came into town for an enjoyable few days. They packed all the kids (except for my youngest) into the cars this morning and headed for the Atlanta History Museum. That left my little boy and me with lots of time to play around and have fun. After a few chores, playing on the wii, and lunch, we decided to jam out to music and paint/draw.

He made these two little masterpieces:(this is his interpretation of the Death Star)

(and this is what he painted watching the rain outside our window.)

His attention span lasted almost a half an hour while painting, which is impressive. I started this little sketch, but wasn't able to finish because he was already moving to the next activity...which happened to be "How many things can I stick in the aquarium before dad notices?"


Saturday, June 07, 2008

More stuff for the Moly-x-24 group

It was a CRAZY busy week, but despite the lack of time, after I received the most recent "hand-off" from the moleskine exchange, I had to make time to finish my section. I gave more detail about the process on the Moly-24 website, but thought I would post the pictures on this site as well.

Moly 24 (rat panorama)