Monday, October 11, 2010

More Flags, More Fun

Sorry about not posting yesterday, but I was too busy having an amazing time at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, NJ. The drive was two hours each way, but it was well worth it. I went on my first inverted coaster yesterday, and I had the time of my life.
Bizarro coaster, probably my favorite.
El Toro, an amazing wooden coaster
Also, yesterday was part of fright fest! So much fun.
Yeah, pretty much. Thats what took up all my time yesterday, and is also the reason I didn't make a new post yesterday either. Blame the roller coasters....But, I guess if I don't post some of my art, you guys will get all testy, so here you go, you get a charcoal post.

portrait of David Lynch, summer of 2008
Robert Longo-inspired self portrait done in 2008 towards the end of my sophomore year in high school. Its about 4 feet tall.
Done in Dec. of 2008, white charcoal, junior year.

Charcoal is a nice, loose material similar to chalk pastels. It will only hold onto toothy paper, as the charcoal is very dusty. Please people, have your charcoal sprayed. Hope you enjoyed :D


  1. I really like your charcoal art. Just something about Monochrome stuff I really like. Like Sin City. The movie didn't make a lick of sense, nor was it amazing...but monochromatic scheme of things was bitchin'.

    I really wish I could have went to Six Flags with you. Sadface.

  2. Hopefully you got to ride a wooden 'coaster. Those things are the shit. I got to ride one at King's totally bruised the hell out of my sides, but it was worth it for the terror of it.

    Holy shit, those are really well done! I usually have a favorite, but I like all of these equally.


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