Saturday, September 16, 2006

Art Crash Noir...

I swear, I should have just called this thing Alphabet Noir. You'll understand soon. The Art Crash ended a day or so ago...and I forgot to post about it. That mostly has to do with a lack of sleep, but my apologies. Until I get around to scanning in everything, please enjoy My Cliched Emotion:
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Drama makes the Art grow fonder.


Blogger grillermo said...

hey im a learning graphic artist i been wanting to know how to do all those stains-like graphics, that look like ink, a lot of designers use them.
I wonder how you make them

1:42 PM  
Blogger Jared said...

This question has actually surfaced a couple of times this week...and if it's not the same guy over and over again messing with me, I've just lost a bet. Since I'm used to losing any and all bets I make, I'll share the strange answer to your question.
The inkstain images that I do are, well, ink stains. If you're asking how to digitally recreate them via a filter or electronic technique, I don't know the answer.
By the way, I typically use ink that is considered "waterproof". Waterproof ink does very weird things when you mix it with water, raising the question what the hell waterproof means in the context of art supplies.

3:50 PM  
Blogger grillermo said...

thank you

6:18 PM  
Blogger Scarecrobot said...

Only cheaters use graphics to make ink art...

Good job! I look forward to seeing the rest of your art for this crash.

Yeah... And I hope you DO get lots of sleep... Scanning, uploading... It's a lot of work.

9:01 PM  

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