Last week was entirely devoted on a fairly major piece of digital art that I won't be showing yet. But creating that piece was a fantastic experience, and when it finally drops (hopefully in a few days), I'll have lots to say about it in Dispatch No. 27.
In the meantime, have a couple of things I drew for a couple artists.
This was a big week for the Dispatch: I reconnected with an old friend who's now an art industry professional, did some serious soul-searching about art as a career, and made more breakthroughs in digital art.
Last weeks digital bird paintings were a watershed moment for my digital art. I spent this whole week doing more painting, building on what I discovered with those birds -- and I think I have a breakthrough.
After experiencing significant project drop last week, I'm getting back into the groove of fun art again... sort of.
July is here, so it's time to look back on Q2, 2021, and reflect on how I fared with art. Keeping a quarterly reflection is one of my Big Art Goals for this year. Check out my review of Q1 (Jan - March).
It's the end of June and the Weekly Art Dispatch is back in publication! I've had a good rest from the newsletter, and now I'm ready to resume it for Q3, 2021.
Art has been powering along: learning new techniques, applying it to projects. Here's a summary of what I learned and drew in June.