C. Andrew Wolfe
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Starting a New Group

Started this discussion. Last reply by Thaneeya McArdle Mar 25, 2015. 1 Reply

I'm not seeing a group for comics and/or "sequential art". I've considered starting one since that's an area of interest that I'm looking to learn and improve on, but I'm also not seeing an option…READ MORE

 

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michele josiane martin commented on C. Andrew Wolfe's blog post Getting Organized
"watercolour pencils only becuse i have a few sets. next month i'll use inktense only."
Mar 11, 2016
michele josiane martin commented on C. Andrew Wolfe's blog post Getting Organized
"ok so i'll do that too! great idea! i am currently overwhelmed by the mediums i have too - everything! so much stuff! i thought i would stop buying until i discovered my need for mediums like glues and varnishes! for my mm you see. so, rotation…"
Mar 3, 2016
michele josiane martin liked C. Andrew Wolfe's discussion First Attempt at a Zentangle
Feb 14, 2016
Rene Sadler replied to C. Andrew Wolfe's discussion First Attempt at a Zentangle in the group Abstract Art
"I really like this... I love clothing design in a sort of artistic avenue way, abstract kind of light. This looks like an amazing gown wannabe. I believe it can be a great inspiration point to leap from. From a path to somewhere or from something or…"
Nov 8, 2015
Zalcoti commented on C. Andrew Wolfe's blog post Getting Organized
"Great idea rotating them around monthly. I think I shall try this since I also have a ton of tools at my disposal that are just sitting there."
Aug 6, 2015
Judy Lynn replied to C. Andrew Wolfe's discussion First Attempt at a Zentangle in the group Abstract Art
Aug 5, 2015
R L Oliver replied to C. Andrew Wolfe's discussion First Attempt at a Zentangle in the group Abstract Art
"Okay.  I don´t know beans about zentangles, so don´t listen to me :)"
Aug 5, 2015
Judy Lynn replied to C. Andrew Wolfe's discussion First Attempt at a Zentangle in the group Abstract Art
"I don't think it failed. It's just not done. Pick up the pen and finish the corners - randomly"
Aug 4, 2015
Judie Martinez commented on C. Andrew Wolfe's blog post Getting Organized
"Let us know how this works for you. I'm doing the same thing experimenting with different mediums. Only I am too anxious & have many going at one time. Acrylics, markers, alcohol inks, watercolours & colored pencils!!! Lol  Crazy…"
Jul 26, 2015
Jess commented on C. Andrew Wolfe's blog post Getting Organized
"Love the Idea! You will never be bored and you are constantly experimenting and learning something new, such as themes and mediums. I think this is a great way to get started to find your style and medium. I think that you really don't know…"
Jul 15, 2015
Debbie Rippie commented on C. Andrew Wolfe's blog post Getting Organized
"Good idea!  Might be a little expensive investing in the different medias."
Jul 11, 2015
Debbie Rippie liked C. Andrew Wolfe's blog post Getting Organized
Jul 11, 2015
C. Andrew Wolfe posted an image

Mandala in Ink

Made following Thaneeya's tutorial. Drawn with Sakura Pigma Micron pens.
Jul 10, 2015
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Jul 7, 2015
C. Andrew Wolfe replied to Sue Pownall's discussion Show us your sketches here. in the group Sketchers
"Wow... everyone here sets the bar so high. I'm so glad we aren't competing! This is some sketchwork I did over the weekend trying to figure out how best to draw a campfire for an ATC set. The final sketches (the ones making it onto the…"
Jul 6, 2015
C. Andrew Wolfe posted an image

Campfire Sketches in Pen

Trying to sketch a campfire for an ATC, using some cheap ball point pen (upper left), a new set of Faber-Castell sepia pens (bottom) and a set of Pigma Micron pens (right).
Jul 6, 2015

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Paint it Black!

Posted on June 25, 2015 at 12:53am 0 Comments

I've been playing a lot with the color black this month. So what's up with that?



Well... I'm making a new start on my "artist's journey", and black is the color of the proverbial "blank slate". I think it symbolizes a new beginning for me. It's like an unspoken question: "What's out there?" Or maybe it's a veil, waiting to be brushed back and reveal whatever's waiting behind it. It's an expression of anticipation, of curiosity, and a statement that I am taking that next bold step…

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Getting Organized

Posted on June 17, 2015 at 2:35am 6 Comments

Artistically, my world is awash in choices of different media, tools, subjects, styles, and techniques. I think I've been experiencing a type of information overload since I decided to buckle down and work on my skill set. I am told that it is important for an artist to find his own style, but how can one do that until he's at least decided what kind of art he likes to do in the first place?



To make sure that I spend enough time with various media to explore its nuances, I've…

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Baby Steps

Posted on June 13, 2015 at 3:30am 0 Comments

Art is complicated. I want to improve, and so I have... but it's happening slowly. There are so many skills to work on, and so many media to explore. It's going to take time to get my lay of the land and find out what really works for my purposes.



It might help, then, to explore those purposes. There are, I think, only one or two ultimate goals for me. I want to design my own computer games, and in doing so I want my "programmer art" to be presentable enough to produce a finished…

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At 4:20am on December 17, 2014, Pat said…

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