Gaze at 10 of my weirdest paintings!
All My Art is Weird
But these paintings caught my eye. They're the strangest works to come out of a very open creative process as of late. I go where the scribbles take me!
Update: See some even zanier artwork here.
Scary Smile. Cute Hair.
I'm very proud of this portrait. As usual, I started with some random multi-colored marks. Once I found an image in the mess, she came to be! The golden touch was that winning grin.
"Sacred Mandate of Kind Artistry"
Equal parts strange and beautiful. I used a custom pattern to fill in that heart-printed blanket. Or maybe it's pajamas…or a hoodie.
You'll often find contrary emotions in my art. A character who is both happy and sad.
Why is that? Everything is good and bad. It feels good to be happy anyways. Like I can weather a storm. It also seems more honest. Everything has a bad side, after all.
"Person in Shower"
What do you think? I think it's weird. And I love this drawing. A lot.
It's almost as if the stream of water is a light source. That makes me happy because it is strange.
This is messier than my current artwork. That's why I love it—in all its teary-eyed mess.
My art can be quite noisy, but it usually comes together into "one whole". This is different. It feels jagged on my eyes. Kind of like a surrealist painting.
I see a portrait—of a girl—but that might be because I made it. What do you see?
"Sun and Moon"
Ancient visul art often depicts the sun and moon as contrary. Sometimes there would be a figure holding them up. I took from that.
Imagine a world where the basic rules have been rewritten. It's not that hard! Now try to live there. Strange huh? A blinding mockery of your good senses!
"Soda with extra GMOs"
Want an extra arm? High blood sugar? A dopey sugar-daze? Just buy this soda complete with extra foreign DNA. Cause you can use the protein.
I made her while practicing pixel art. I'm super happy with how she came out. I especially love the gold flecks in her collar. Fashionista!
If I followed common-color-sense I would have never arrived here. I won't call this a "balanced color palette" but it pleases my eye. It's complex in just the right manner. It makes me smile.