I release my voice again into the depth of the interweb to say that I will take a break from oil painting ( *pause for applause*).
And I don't know how long the break will be.
I have one oil painting I am working on for now, that I will post when it's done and that's about it. No more ideas for paintings after this one...
Once I will feel a thirst and real fire for oil painting, I'll get back to it.
I guess I will be focusing on sketching, drawing a bit more and 3d projects and animations. I also have this 3d animated short film I need to finish, that I've been working on with a friend since 2013 and we still are. We basically wrote the script, dialogue and the rest. We had to record voices for the film, create concept art, rig characters, create and texture models, animate and create multiple storyboards and edits, film actual reference of our movements for the animation process, no to mention do a bit of sound editing. And if I knew how to play the piano and play
Hello all, just wanted to share this article ...
...as I am flooded with a nostalgia to the old way the interweb was a few years ago: simpler, freer and personal(and weird).
The article has some links to websites from the early 2000s, already archived; comments and pictures posted with time-stamps from 2002 for example.
It really makes me feel strange to think that some day these conversations, comments and journals will be archived as well and the links dead. Someone from the year 2130 will be reading through them, unable to interact with the users.
One of the communities that I miss is conceptart.org , unfortunately the website is offline now and seeking funds to revive it. But it used to have some really amazing digital concept artists out there.
I was on social media previously, because it's "the thing", but found it to be sneaky, distracting, hostile and impersonal. Then I closed my facebook and