you're right and probably the first one to point that out . Normally I'm not actively putting critique in my work. I just draw how I feel. But I feel I should do that a bit more. thanks for that. more specific this is a comment on ridiculously expensive music festivals.
you were barking up the right tree alright and explaining art is probably impossible, most of the time it's all very subjective, unless we're talking about facts.
I do what I do because I like what I do. I try to make fun stuff that people can enjoy. I let the randonmness of what I like and think about guide me like an organic process. humour is my guiding path, but I'm gonna rethink properly what you said. you're right, but at the same time I don't want to criticize too much if my story isn't worth anything. what I do is escapism to me and to the audience. Drawing, creating, is that safe cocoon for me and what I want my work to do is bring some extra colour and joy in the daily life of everyone who sees it. My work reflects who I am, an optimistic guy. But I only became that person because of a lot of dramatic and bad shit happening in my life. those terrible events changed me and, yeah it's cliché, made me realize there's no time to lose and enjoy the fuck out of this life. That's what I'm doing and trying to tell. But it almost seems as if I need to defend myself here . thx for the advice mister!
Man I really love how you just create these crazy architectural scenes with so much detail/fun stuff going on. It's good to see and think about art that other people make and to enjoy the differences between their art and your own, you know? I don't use a lot of architectural elements in my work. Another difference that's also really awesome is that it's not at all about making things look real or like they're supposed to, it's very stylized and colorful and your optimism in life definitely shows through in your art :]
I would love to hang out with you and make art, so we could see each others' process/how we work!
yep, getting inspired by others is great ! thanks so much I just do the stuff that I like, and you do the stuff that you like. I love several pieces you did, but I couldn't do something similar. and so I admire you for those things that I can't do . I think it's cool how you say my optimism shows through my art. I'd love to do some dark stuff ( because it intrigues me ), but I just can't create it in a convincing way. I'd first have to be depressed or think very dark and right now I just can't do that.
ow yeah, hanging out would be supercool. artists unite ! it might happen one day. I'm sure gonna visit the us again, but if you ever feel like visiting Europe, you're totally welcome here. my girlfriend and I are very nice guides. and I think we're pretty good at it too I showed around an english artist this month in Belgium, that was awesome
haha, brilliant ! and the opening sequence with fart sounds, silhouettes of women on toilets or flushing toilets and holding guns. have you seen the 1967 casino royal ? I haven't yet, but I sure want to ! many awesome thanks