About this BlogThis blog is where I keep sketches, upload my personal work, and generally act "artsy". Very unprofessional. If you want to see my work in all it's intended glory, go to www.vimislikart.com.
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Author Archives: Vimi
Illustration Friday theme for this week was “Cultivate”. I originally did it for “Stir”, as in “stirring” of emotions, but “cultivating” a mind works even better for this week, and required minimal changes. I think this was the first time … Continue reading
Hey y’all. Did some new personal pieces with some free time I’ve been having: I asked my sister what she would have loved to see in an illustration as a child. She told me, and then I promptly forgot it … Continue reading
This week’s Illustration Friday topic is “swarm”, so I have a brother who has mechanized his sister into a defender from swarms of pug puppies. This is the first decent illustration just for “me” really in like, 5 months. Oh, … Continue reading
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Whew. Been so busy with client stuff, haven’t submitted anything to Illustration Friday for a while, much less made any personal pieces. Anyway, about the topic – remember in elementary school, when a kid would have a pudding cup? Oh … Continue reading
Submitting this to www.illustrationfriday.com; the theme this week was “Early”. This piece is about early enlightenment. Straight from the womb. Also, I finished this early in the morning and I’m tired and I just want to sleep and I don’t … Continue reading
Submitting this to www.illustrationfriday.com; the theme this week was “Cocoon”. What happens to children that hide in their cocoon of blankets all night? They turn into horrific monsters that terrify everything that ever made them shudder, of course!
I spent a good part of the day that I was SUPPOSED to be sketching this reading a blog about time paradoxes in movies. So I thought I’d draw one of my own. Anyway, here’s the sketch that goes with … Continue reading