The Boatman, Winslow Homer copy

Posted by on Feb 1, 2017 in Artists, My Artwork, Watercolor | No Comments

This will be the February giveawy which is an actaul 9×12″ watercolor (not a print) I did to one of my Patreons that I will randomly pick (I use this website to help It’s a copy of a Sargent that I did in between off moments of helping students at the Lincoln Square Community […]

Proportions of Face

Posted by on Feb 1, 2017 in Anatomy | No Comments

The eyes are half way between top of skull and bottom (chin) from hairline to chin is divided in thirds: 1) hairline, 2)brow ridge 3)bottom of nose to bottom of chin from bottom of nose to chin divided in thirds: 1)bottom of nose, 2)parting of lips, 3)top of chin (or bottom of mouth muscle or […]

Watercolor for Beginners

Posted by on Jan 20, 2017 in Technique, Watercolor | No Comments

I teach watercolor to artists at all levels from absolute beginner to very advanced artists. And I find this very satisfying, but I particularly like helping new artists and it gives great joy to see students work hard and improve, develop and get better, and often in a shorter amount of time than you might […]

Munsell Color Wheel

Posted by on Jan 20, 2017 in Artists, Color, Technology, Videos | No Comments
Munsell Color Wheel

Between the traditional color wheel and the more modern one which uses RGB + CMY, I believe is where the Munsell Color Wheel falls and the color wheel that I prefer to refer to. I took a Munsell Color Wheel that I found on the internet and used Photoshop to tweak it slightly so that […]

Langer’s lines – Wikipedia

Posted by on Dec 30, 2016 in Uncategorized | No Comments

Source: Langer’s lines – Wikipedia

Solo Exhibition extended until Wed. Dec. 14, 7PM

Posted by on Dec 13, 2016 in Exhibitions, My Artwork | No Comments

Happy to say that my Solo Exhibition has been extended until Wed. Dec. 14, 7PM. If you didn’t get to see it you still have another chance.

Titanium vs Zinc

Posted by on Dec 9, 2016 in Technique, Videos | No Comments


Posted by on Dec 3, 2016 in 3D | No Comments

It’s unbelievable that a husband and wife team (merely two people!) created this character “Saya”. This screenshot shows a Maya scene file with all the underpinning anatomy and animation controls for the character.

Cx5 Sculptable Filament for 3D Printers by Adam Beane Industries — Kickstarter

Posted by on Nov 28, 2016 in Uncategorized | No Comments

This is the wave of the future in sculpting.

Americans in Paris 1860-1900

Posted by on Nov 6, 2016 in Books | No Comments

Just finished reading a catalog that accompanied the exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum several years ago. Aside from being a very enjoyable read, describing American artists migration to Paris and how it shaped art as a whole – it gives you an idea of what it was like for the artists to be there in […]