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I make art, usually scenes. Usually, in fact, cities.
Not always, but usually. (Images spoilered for being large and old)
Mainly I think I have an obsession with the spaces and the organization of the structures, which might help explain why my cities are almost always vacant, too. Over time I've moved to digital almost exclusively thanks to space issues and being impatient with paint. Drying and all that.
I would like some help and ideas. As you can see, my work doesn't really get finished. I explore an idea and it grows out of itself, but somewhere along the way I get lost in how the colours play together, the rough linework, and a lot of the generally expressive edges that seem more powerful than when I try to refine it.
But I want to refine my style, and somehow get better at managing the forms and the composition. There's a lot I like about what I do, but I would like to move it a bit further beyond abstractions and closer to something stylized and detailed. Mainly it derails when I try, and never seems to look as good as the expressive stuff.