Friday, December 28, 2012

Blossoming Ethereal Antennae

The evening of 12-27-12. I had been pondering what a 9 sided geometric figure is called. Most are easy: triangle, pentagon, octogon, etc. I realized I didn't know. A nine sided polygonal figure is called a "nonagon".

Friday, December 21, 2012

Friday, December 14, 2012

Prismic Clockwork Kite

Drawn the evening of Thursday the 13th, 2012. A bit of a cold night. Left the drawing ruler at home, and hence, arrived at a design with some bad inaccuracies. For a while during the performing a loopy, bearish man with a goofy hat wandered into the circle and performed some amusing antics. Someone who doesn't have all their marbles, likely. At one point he pulled random trash out of his pockets; papers and bottle caps and sort of tossed them around the area. A long scroll of receipt paper floated around. Charlie wrapped it around himself like a necklace for a bit while reading a poem. Then, to my amusement, my musician friend Nic tore off a hunk of it and made himself a defacto headband. What a moment.

Friday, December 7, 2012

Unfolding Universal Schemata

Drawing from 12-6-12. The first evening I had done street drawing in about a month. A fourteen point star. Simple in construction but solid in measurements. Before the chalk drawing I had gone with friends to a drawing session at someone's apartment a block away. It seems promising that we can all get together for a regularly weekly sketch day.

Friday, November 9, 2012

Primary 8 Cathedral

Drawing from the day of 11-9-12. Dolores Park.

Friday, November 2, 2012

Astral Diamond Arc

The evening of 11-1-12. Some unpleasant vibes floating around. A good time for (day of the dead) death and rebirth.

Friday, October 26, 2012

Morphic Star Cone

Drawn the day of 10-26-12 at Dolores Park, Mission District, San Francisco, California, United States, Earth, Sol System, Milky Way. Some more experimentation with using a stencil for patternmaking.

Lotus Wheel Armature


Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Disassembled Ligatures

10-18-12. This is an experimental style that I'd been meaning to try with chalk for years. One of the things which fascinates me in art is constructing/de-constructing figures and objects. Rendering them in geometrical, neo-cubist style. I was only moderately satisfied with the results here but this style avenue, 'ropey cubism' as I think of it, has great potential.