80’s Storm & sketchbook stuff on: October 15, 2012, 20:21
I’m trying to be better about posting. It is easy as an artist to get holed up and forgetting that sharing is a crucial part. I teach stage design at a local university, and the other day I was in there and one of the theatre students was getting teased a bit about joining a fraternity. The student claimed he was doing it to broaden the reach of the university’s theatre department. The general response from the other students was one of “frat guys aren’t going to come to theatre” and general artistic elitism. It occurred to me that if the intention of socially-minded theatre was to reach out and participate in the community, then that theatre cannot just create art for itself. It must be as it intends: socially-minded. Also, it is a false-assumption that frat guys aren’t going to come to the theatre or enjoy art.
So yeah, that got me thinking more and more about being an active member of artistic communities. So here I am posting again.
First, I’d like to share a little something I’m working on. I’m redesigning the female X-Men as SuicideGirls/Punkrock girls. The first is 80’s Storm.
Second, I recently finished my 50th sketchbook and I wanted to share some of the drawings from it.
I hope you enjoy this post!
Viewing 1 post (of 1 total)
The topic ‘80's Storm & sketchbook stuff’ is closed to new forum replies.
StoryboardArt is a professional community of visual storytellers dedicated to sharing the knowledge and showing you how to make storytelling a way of life. Through our classes and events we show you how to improve your story skills and land a job, without expensive art school or previous work experience. Learn More