“How do you get to Carnegie Hall?”
“Practice!” Old joke, but it still applies. People constantly ask how I achieve such great light and reality to my analog and digital art. Short answer: PRACTICE. Long answer: Constantly challenge how the brain wants to see something, through regular and daily practice. I’m always drawing, scribbling, sketching and seeing.
HOWEVER, My goal isn’t to become a better realist. I’m hoping to relearn how to deconstruct what I see, the way I used to.
Just stick with me, kids… Watch what happens to my work. Personally, I’m dying to know how this all comes out!
This is one of the ways I stay inspired. I keep journals and blank books with me, where ever I go. I have my favorite pens (Pilot Precise V5) with me. And I draw or sketch.
Stay inspired! ~ Gomi
Long time in coming, but I finished drawing a self portrait in Procreate. Screwed with it in iColorama, Mextures & Tintype apps. This appears to be the end of my 8 month slump.
At the end of May, my sister and I moved into our rather unusual apartment. My room is shaped like a giant kernel of corn. I’m not kidding. This is the view from my bedroom window during sunset. It inspired a mutual friend to dub my room: Barbarella’s Spaceship.
Part of my weekend commute to/from work. These are the stairs at the North & Clybourn Red Line Station in Old Town, Chicago.
This is just some of the things you’ll find hiding downstairs, at A New Leaf Event Space, at 1818 Wells Rd. Whenever I get the chance to work there, I always find the weirdest, coolest things.
He kept stepping into the shot.
And I decided not to photoshop him out.
Chicago & State Red Line Station
Dec. 22, 2016
I’m a Real Boy!
“I got no strings on me.”
The things you find in Joel & Patrick’s place.
Nov. 28, 2016