'The good politician'
This are all of my feelings regarding politicians from Honduras, my hometown. Corrupt motherfuckers stealing all of the money which do not belong to them, not caring for the fact that more than half of our population is starving.
They are eating everybody alive…
everything is based on what is going on in there, but the town I drew is fictional.
I decided to stop using so much blue, I am moving to green, I mean why not?
Working on a traditional painting. Placing the values and afterwards will spray it with fixative to start glazing on it. The grafite won’t show up in the end, I just need a guide for painting complicated stuff.
'A pile of worth'
I have been working on this illustration for quite a while, started it a time ago but decided to finish it just now.
This is an editorial piece, the concept is about how us women in this society have a designated ‘value’ depending on our beauty or charm. We are seen as objects who are given a number in the media or even our everyday life. That’s why this women appear in a pile.
Sometimes I feel women are seen as ’disposable’ and is very difficult for us to demonstrate our worth when applying to a job if we have no ‘sex appeal’ or ‘charm’. (Giving an example of an specific situation) This does not apply all the time, but we are definitely more prone to criticism if we don’t have all of the qualities a ‘successful woman’ must have.
I know there are men who go through similar situations, but if you are confident and hard working, points for you, you are in the right track.
You can argue with my point of view and is fine, but this is what I have seen since the day I was born.
This is not meant to be a feminist piece but more of an awareness of how woman are portrayed.
I feel this is due to the media (pop culture), AND porn.
But is fine, pop culture is an std that we will never be able to escape from.
If anyone has anything to say is cool, I want to know what you feel.
I might keep editing this text due to my lack of english vocabulary.
I’ve heard countless people say “I wish I could draw!”, to which I always say “You can!”
Anyone can be an artist, a writer, a musician or whatever it is you put your mind to. It doesn’t matter how old you are or how good you currently are at that thing. The only thing that matters is how much you want it. I REALLY wanted to be an artist, like, really bad. I would also love to learn an instrument, and I know I could, but I just haven’t given it the attention it requires.
If you want to accomplish something, go out and do it. The only thing holding you back is yourself. Set a high goal and don’t stop until you get there!
A Legend of Korra Tritbute, new season is starting soon so I am excited. Did a portrait in my own way, I hope you like it :)
I have been painting in 120 dpi because my computer cant support big files anymore, it just crashes.
I will be working on my school computers now that I am more motivated to step out of my house when I am not outside drinking or eating loads of food.
An interview of me in Fourteen-Forty:
Escuse my choppy english, ignore it please :(
My awesome friend Eric Krick has an Indie Go Go campaign going on! Please check it out if you have the time and help him out :)
Please check it out and help my friend :)!!!
So I decided I don’t want to have a pen name yet.
But in the meanwhile here is a black an white spot illustration, I might color it in the future, but I am not pretty sure. It was quick , it may be suited for a newspaper or something.
'the stranger of the convenience store'
Illustration for a story about an apocalypse and aliens.
This scene is when the alien leaves the convenience store leaving blue smoke behind.
Please click on the image to see the details!
I will appreciate that.