(ones depicted aren’t all new but they’re all in the shop anyway)
Help me get all this art signed!
As some of you may know, I have an artbook that I published on Blurb.com that has all my best art from 2008 to 2011 in it. It’s filled with both celebrities and other people. In 2011, I was lucky enough to get some of the portraits in there signed by the people they depict. Ideally, though, I’d have them all signed. It’s really difficult to accomplish, though, because some of the actors and actresses are hard to reach.
Every now and again, I meet people who are, in one way or another, connected to these celebs. So that’s why I’m posting this here, because you might be one of those people.
Find below the images that are in my book that still need to be signed.
If you know any of these people, or know of a way to get the remaining portraits signed (I’ll probably have to mail my art book, unless they’re willing to come to Amsterdam), Let me know! Next year, there will be another book with more and new actors. But first things first, right?
My biggest dream (at the moment), in terms of art, is to have all of these signed. Currently signed are:
- Both Darren pictures
- Justin Bartha
- The black and white Jesse Eisenberg one (I was very stupid and forgot the other one)
- Joey Richter
The rest have yet to be signed and I’m confident that if I want it hard enough, it’ll happen. Care to help?
A year in art: 2011
All the art I’ve done in 2011.
My art book.
Oh yea, guys, I try to make art for a living, see all the people that aren’t actors? I do stuff like that for people. It makes a great great Christmas present. Feel free to commission me or share it with someone you think wants to…
My art book.
These are a few of my favorite paintings in really no particular order.
1. This is the first digital painting I’ve ever done. I spent over 50 hours on it but I’ve never really done better since. I loved painting the leather.
2. A fairly recent painting of Jesse Eisenberg. Once of these paintings where everything went right. It looks like black and white but it’s not.
3. Darren Criss. Love the skintones.
4. Joe Mazzello during my the Pacific phase. One of the few paintings that I didn’t rush.
5. Joe again. I love how raw this feels to me.