I did these lovely ladies for the Anatomy for Life charity auction. They were a lot of fun to draw and merited a few odd glances from the kids in the classes I was observing at the time. Thus is the nature of art.
Diagnosis offers a hand in blessing for the afflicted, but she can only do so much. Her other cannot help to conceal what is actually going on.
Surgery hides her bloody fingers. Her own halo attacks from many pointed positions.
Recovery holds out her healing hands. Her sacrifice is endless.
Have some zombie girls.
[old art, but I haven’t uploaded in a while]
A little preview of what I’m working on.at the moment. It’s been taking a long time as I have to balance it with all my schoolwork as well … Hoping to submit it to some upcoming exhibition.
For this piece I tracked the development of a maggot, from the fly laying the egg to the maggot forming a pupa and emerging from it as a fly itself. The book got eaten away by said maggot more and more as it went along; and also began to show stains of decay. I buried it in a shallow grave for a week to make it more authentic.
The Little Books of Growing Up: Puberty.
This book deals with the changes that occur during adolescence. These are divided into five chapters:
- Adrenarche — hormones begin to sway the body; developing androgenic hair, sweat glands, acne
- Gonadarche — growth of sex organs (ovaries, testicles)
- Thelarche — breast development in females
- Pubarche — growth of puibc hair
- Menarche — first menses
- Spermarche — development of sperm
Not all images/explanatory text is shown here; of course, but you get the idea. The drawings were done in ballpoint pen inside a 10.5 x 6.5cm Moleskine sketchbook.