Saturday, March 28, 2009

Snowing day is the day to paint...

El Panda

Happy Buds

What can I do when it's snowing like crazy outside??? Nothing! I am sick of being cold already. Spring is officially here, and there are flowers blooming everywhere outside, but now we are getting the biggest snowfall this winter/spring... nice! Oh well, at least I managed to do two little 4x6 paintings to entertain myself at home. But what I am going to do next? Snow, go away!!!

This is how it looks like outside right now. I'm sorry but does this say "Spring" to you???

Spring Snow

Spring Snow

Friday, March 27, 2009

San Francisco Photo Album on Flickr

San Francisco

I went to school in San Francisco and lived there for 3 whole years. To me, San Francisco is always gonna be my favorite city ever. Recently I've reconnected with some of my old buddies from school via Facebook, and everybody misses the city. That reason alone finally motivated my lazy bum to get up and load all my photos to Flickr. I would've had more photos but I lost a lot of them throughout the years. Still, there are 248 photos in the album. If you are interseted, go take a peek. :)

(Keep in mine I don't have a fancy digital camera... just so you know.)

Click here to see the album

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

One Big Happy Family

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And the family is still growing... Did more luchadors while watching TV tonight. Couldn't help it. They are too much fun to draw.

Monday, March 23, 2009

5 Luchadors Doodle

5 Luchadors

If you've been visiting my blog for a while, you would know how much I love luchadors! :)

Mustache Lion

Mustache Lion

Saturday, March 7, 2009

Do you love skulls? I DO!!!

Artwork by Maura Cluthe

I should have posted about this long time ago. During Christmas, my friend and artist Maura Cluthe dropped by my office and gave me one of her "partly cloudy chance of skulls" screen prints. What a surprise!!! (It's now proudly displayed in my studio! Thanks, Maura!!!) At that time, she told me that she took a screen printing lesson, but I didn't really get the name of the place she told me about until reading her blog yesterday. (BTW, I have LOTS of catching ups to do when it comes to reading blogs...) She took a lesson at the Art Incubator here in KC, and these awesome pieces of skulls are the result from that workshop. She posted two parts stories (part 1 + part2) in her blog about her experience and the process of making these skully prints. They are also available in her shop for only $25; it's a steal because they are limited editions, plus Maura went in and drew on each piece using gel pens so each one is unique and different! If you love skulls, better get over there and get a copy before they are all gone!

PS: After reading Maura's blog, I seriously want to take the silkscreen lesson at the Art Incubator too! Do any of my friends in KC want to come along?

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Faces Doodle

There are lots of snows outside; I stayed in the whole weekend...

Faces Doodle