Posts Tagged ‘twins’

Max and the Siamese Twins

Sunday, August 30th, 2009

Max and the Siamese Twins

Alex over at Glubdub has been working on this book for quite a while, all full color pics from a variety of accomplished artists and a story inspired by Siamese twins.

If you have been following my blog you know I am a little obsessed with duos, twins. In this book, my “Orangesicle sisters”~~

Read more about it here:

Dead Popsicle Twins

Thursday, August 20th, 2009


I’ll be making a few more dead Barbies for the Folk Tree’s Day of the Dead show



Friday, August 14th, 2009

I had written previously on the topic of envy and jealousy. I thought about it last night when ironically the movie Seven aired on t.v., as envy is one of the “seven deadly sins”.

I started doodling and wondering how I might express that idea in a drawing. Since I am slightly obsessed with duos, a theme that comes back to me over and over, I quickly began to imagine how envy might rear its head up between twins and more than that, conjoined twins who are stuck together for life (in some cases).

I wrote a little story to go with the drawing then thought, the drawing would work better alone, generating some thinking from the viewer.


Proof of painting

Wednesday, August 12th, 2009

I did manage to get a couple of paintings laid out over the last two days in between very little else.

In progress:


Popsicle twins, at the moment I am thinking Hot chili pepper flavor.

and a Day of the dead head


the Twins came to a Fork in the Road

Tuesday, June 5th, 2007

This painting took quite a bit of time, its four feet by three feet which is bigger than what I generally do lately. Its actually needs a bit more work but I havn’t posted anything in so long I felt a work in progress would be just fine right about now. its interesting how when working larger scale, details are less enticing, as one wants to contend with sheer space. I started with a simple sketch and it changed almost completely. With the next painting I think I will do a size appropriate, thourough drawing and see how things work out, if it is more efficient or if my artist’s brain will go off on tangents.

the Twins came to a Fork in the Road

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