18 June 2006

Days 16, 17 18

Here's a litlte comic I worked on Friday and Saturday and coloured today. Let me know at my email address (awcomix .at. yahoo dot com) if your having troubles comenting on my posts a all and I can try to sort it out with blogger. I'll let the comic talk for it self ;)
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5 comments:

Anthony Woodward said...

Hopefuly this loads correctly on your computer (as it's showing up funny on mine), it should come up with 7 panels in total

Frank Brown said...

Loads 7, great art!

Anthony Woodward said...

Good to hear Frank! ;)

cloudless said...

this is great! its like "understanding comics" for art. if you made a whole book of it i would read it cover to cover.

i just found your blog through illustration friday. gonna bookmark you on my friends and my comics collective blog (the field recording artists). see you!

Anthony Woodward said...

Thanks for dropping in. I liked the look of your collective blog too. I'll have to check out the individual ones too. I love how illustration friday can connect people, I've found out about lots of really great blogs through it. Scary to think that for every good blog there's probably 10 more great ones you don't know of.

I was reading a fellow honours students exegesis last night and she was quoting Peter Tims 'What's wrong with contemporary art' and it seems like he hated the idea of real world objects being art and the for it to be art the artists had interprate the world with some sort of variation. I totally don't agree though and I think it's fantastic that artists have forged new art out of a variety of materials. The other point I really like too is that our lives are art. Every day we create our lives out of the flux in an endless variety of ways. So I'm all for recognising that there is no gap between art and life. Also I think people get scared that if we accept ready made sculpture or video instalation that it will wipe out older forms of communication like painting and drawing, which I think is silly. I liken it to a writing, just because you can type on a computer doesn't mean there's no need for hand writing on paper .