Some more experiments in progress. So far I’ve learned that the way I made experiment #2 was not a good way to make an animation (although the end result looks ok) and that my scanner is more horrible that I’d previously realized.
This one is still not gonna be great in regard to the colors looking anything like they do in reality, but I think my method of constructing the video is going to work out much better.
So stay tuned I guess. It will be finished soon! I am making all of these as tests for a longer project I’m gonna start on as soon as I get a couple more things figured out.
Yonathan Eggs Tusks I, a cat with feet right at the bottom.
Yonathan Eggs Tusks I in gif form.
She has trouble finding her feet sometimes.
Another watercolor animation experiment.
Doing some watercolor animation experiments. I’m pretty happy with this so far.
I’m really excited to be a part of this show. It’s the 25th annual show, but the first time they’ve included zines, and several of mine will be there on display and for sale. As you can see, an illustration from The Book Reporter made it onto the postcard - top row, second from the left.
I’m especially excited to be hosting a zine-making workshop for kids on March 8, 1-3pm. If you know any kids, bring them by!
The show is up February 7 - April 7
Artists’ Reception March 16, 1-4pm
Regular gallery hours are Thursday - Sunday, 11am - 5pm
And special field trip opportunities for teachers!
1015 E Street
Hayward, CA 94541
The zine-making workshop is this Saturday!
I just pulled a bunch of kid-friendly zines from my collection to bring for inspiration. Getting excited!
Just made a cool new banner for the Tusks Family Store.
Do some shoppin’ before I decide to shut this store down again because of lack of interest.
The buttons with Mr. Tusks’ face are going especially fast (in real life, not so much in the internet store) so get one while you can!
(a museum zine)
A zine all about things I saw and heard and felt on a Washington D.C. museum-marathon.
Learning to Use the Alphabet (2013)
Each frame of this video is an individual letterpress print. Printed by Amy Burek, animated and recited by Emily Alden Foster.
The sentences that make up the second half of the video are pangrams - sentences that use every letter of the alphabet - made up by Amy.
A list of links from MUSEEIN’ (a museum zine)
The first one is all about Washington, D.C. and
it’s debuting this weekend at LA Zinefest! it’s available to purchase online now!
Inside you can read a little something about these things:
Milk Run, James Turrell
God is Love. Seek his will and find his peace he saves from sin., Howard Finster
Baboon, Felipe Archuleta
Untitled (Bear), Shields Landon “S.L.” Jones
Carved Cod-in-a-Coffin, Dan Murphy
La Vache, Alexander Calder
Dancer and Gazelles, Paul Manship
Kermit the Frog, Jim Henson
An animal (my photo above, from NMNH, can’t find a link)
Okenite (my photo above, from NMNH, can’t find a link)
Wish Tree for Washington, D.C., Yoko Ono (it had leaves when I saw it)
Multiverse, Leo Villareal
Large Composition with Masks, Henri Matisse
Standing Buddha with Outstretched Hand and Three Eggs, Nam June Paik
Julia Child’s Kitchen
Cat, B. Kliban (he drew more than just cats, but that book’s the source of the Mousie-eating cat)
Adoration of St. Joan of Arc, J. William Fosdick
Buster Brown, R.F. Outcault
Washington Resigning his Commission, Ferdinand Pettrich
An air-conditioned room, Renwick Gallery, (my photo above)
Charleston at the Capitol, National Photo Company