It's been days since I've posted, so I wanted to put a little something up until I can get back to my regularly scheduled program....I'm working on an exciting new project, which I'll explain soon. But here's the newest addition to my shop, "He was a Brunette":
One thing that Michael noticed about my art is that I give all my people green eyes (obviously, the lad above does not have green eyes, but when I initially considered watercoloring his features and the wallpaper, I thought a green-yellow would work well for his eyes). If you check out my shop, you'll see that almost all my figures (whether human, cadaver, animal, or insect) have green eyes, except for one. I then realized that in most of the stories I've written, if I reference the eyes, the character has green eyes (for example, witness "The Fascinator" and "One Thousand Incarnations...."). Even my in my werewolf story, "The Corpus Lupi Experiment", my main character develops eyes that look like "his mother's old bi-color tourmaline ring", and for this I had in mind the pink to green color that bi-color tourmalines have. Why is this, I wonder? I don't have a conscious affinity for green eyes. I like brown eyes and blue eyes just as much as green, so what is it about green that makes it my creative choice each time? It could be that they're rare and unusual, something I aspire for my characters to be...rare and unusual, perhaps half a bubble (or more) off.
More, more, more to come shortly....in the meantime, for your listening pleasure, "Black" by Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi: