Monthly Archives: August 2022
Pushing Pixels 43: Wonder Woman As She Most Likely Looks Like
This page may take a while to load. Magic sometimes takes time. Patience, Grasshopper. This is more likely what a God looks like, all swirling energy and light going round and crazy. The first is a looped video which depends … Continue reading
Pushing Pixels 42 — The World of Laura
For a cute bartender who works at this place six days a week. I haven’t seen her in two months. She’s an artist but . . . Double click to enlarge.
Pushing Pixels 41 This Page May Take a Long Time to Load
This GIF is through Adobe Express, as well as some other steps. This GIF is through Vimeo, as well as those other steps. This is the original photo, although I did the colorizing.
Pushing Pixels 41 Unfinished Projects
Everyone has unfinished projects and undeveloped ideas. This is one of my many. I’m keeping these drafts at Behance as memory boards. This is a low resolution screen grab. There’s something here but I don’t know what. I have the … Continue reading
Pushing Pixels — Nothing To Wear in White
Part of the my continuing postage stamp series depicting everyday maladies, especially among the the rich and fatuous.
Pushing Pixels — Wascally Rabbit
Long story on this one, too, no time to explain, really doesn’t work. Too straightforward.
Pushing Pixels — Something for the HD Crowd
This isn’t my usual style in that I have discreet windows for the images instead of overlapping them. But I wanted _something_ to show the Harley Davidson crowd, something away from the School of HD Design that most of their … Continue reading
She’s not human. But more human acting than most politicians.
I’m Wide Awake – I’m Not Sleeping – Bad by U2
Bono thought Bad unfinished lyrically but he came to embrace it in nearly every concert since Live Aid in 1985, filling in the gaps with whatever inspired him at the moment he was singing. Brian Eno, most well known with … Continue reading