Archive for September, 2006

More body sketches uploaded to Zoomer

Sunday, September 24th, 2006

Uploaded more body sketches on Zooomr this AM. Click on the image to see the updated collection.


Body sketches on zooomr

Sunday, September 17th, 2006

For the last few months I’ve been exercising the creative side of my brain during the time our spiritual community gathers each Sunday.

For years I’ve been an avid notetaker –– multi-bullet outlines –– lots of structure to chew on the content before me.

It’s been my ongoing effort to digest, remember, and wrestle with talks/music/etcetera that make up the gatherings of the various spiritual communities I’ve been a part of over the years.

Since buying a tablet PC for the main workstation for my new job, I’ve been trying to exercise the creative part of my brain a bit more.

One thing I’ve been doing is using a natural paint program called ArtRage to do sketches during church. ArtRage is one of the coolest programs I’ve ever come across –– it’s free for the base version and $20 for a version that supports layers and photoshop export.

Here’s a link to the smart set I’ve created on Zooomr with all these images.

[One thing to note, I use because Flickr does not allow sketches like this to be publicly viewable. Ergo, I’ve ditched Flickr. I should be able to store my images and collaborate around them online no matter what their subject matter. Filckr penalizing me for working with illustrations or screenshots is horrendous usability (and bad business).]


Of puppets and sub-creators

Friday, September 1st, 2006

There is something wondrous and uncanny about this video. The glory of a maker that showcases the wonder of the Made.