Category Archives: graphic arts
As long as people remember what manifest destiny means.
I am not sure. But I am putting this thought experiment up at my Etsy Store which is here: Go to https://www.thomasfarleydesigns.com (external link) for this and many more. That website is powered by Etsy.
Go to https://www.thomasfarleydesigns.com (external link) for this and many more. That website is powered by Etsy. The Walking Liberty half-dollar coin was produced in silver but who wants silver when you can have gold? At least gold color. The wood … Continue reading
My Etsy Store is here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ThomasFarleyDesigns (external link) This design builds off a classic Monaco race poster from 1965.
Colored pencils? Well, kind of sort of. It’s an effect I’m working on, starting with this practice montage. This will probably take two to three days of off and on work to complete. But I need to learn more.
Did you get that? This is Megan Fox from a screen grab from the movie Transformers. What more do you want than a bunch of wildflowers, the American flag, and a pretty girl that knows how to fix cars? I … Continue reading
Continuing to revise US coinage and commemoratives. Low res screen grab below. That means fuzzy. Again, a work in progress. A moon is coming soon to the upper right hand field. My shop is here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ThomasFarleyDesigns
Old American coin revisited. What we Americans call a Mercury Dime. But this actually depicts the Goddess of Liberty, the wings representing liberty of thought. The wife of the great poet Wallace Stevens (internal link) may have modeled for this … Continue reading
New logo from Photologo.com (external link, unsponsored) that always does a great job. Don’t be afraid to ask for revisions. This goes along with my new website which is thomasfarleydesigns.com (external link). There, you can look or buy my art … Continue reading