Tuesday, July 13, 2010

hmmmmm

Don't know why I've been doodling on the computer lately... mostly in the mornings before everyone wakes up. (I've sworn off digital painting for myself just because that's what I do at work all day.) I've only made a few digisketches, and I'm not exactly enthusiastic with what I've done, but like eating Fritos on a road trip I can't stop going back for more. Maybe I'm just waiting until I puke. Either way, here I am posting these muddy bunch of people who desperately need more time and care. And of course I'll say I'm going to post a finished version of this later, but I won't. And if I didn't post this now, I'd never post it because I'd never finish it. So why even post it? I don't know, but it's posted.

14 comments:

rybeck said...

As you've used to (if I remember correct), your attitude is humble, and I buy for it. One of good memories serves me still to cheer up is doing aerial painting in SJ historical park...

Nikki Lukas said...

why do you post? Because we like seeing your posts.

aermio said...

rybeck... yeah painting at the historic park was fun.

thanks nikki.

Octavio E. Rodriguez said...

Looks cool.

Ian said...

I love this image Anthony. It's really impressive how much you can describe with such limited information.

And yes, you are a genius, please make more green balls of fire.

Tyson Murphy said...

i really like it. simple. awesome.

aermio said...

thanks tyson. you've got some amazing work on your blog!

Chris Ocampo said...

cool sketch painting. let's grab some lunch soon. i tried to hit you up the other day when we went to sol food. next time, i'll plan it better.

Phil said...

holy values, batman.

Armando said...

Like. Very much ~

drend said...

love this!:O

Dominic Piché said...

really love this image man...simple but strong!

Alexis Barattin said...

Well I'm glad you've posted it, very slick. Love how you worked in a bit of the jacket.

Thomas von Kummant said...

well done - thanks for the post.