Thursday, January 31, 2013

Year Seven

Seven Years later and I am still blogging.
Much has changed and much has stayed the same, but I suppose that is life.
2013 has started off looking... different
But not a contrasting difference, more of a saturation change. It's not like the "color" is changing, almost the exact opposite. It is like the "color" is saturating, becoming truer
I hope and pray that this richer "color" bleeds into the rest of the year.  

Sunday, January 27, 2013

TRON: Uprising

Thanks to my buddy Bryce I found a new obsession
So of course I cope with this new interest that same way I always have, I draw myself into it! I tried to draw an Owl Pattern the "Tron-lines", but yeah that didn't really work out. So I just went with the a whole roman numeral 3 vibe on my chest for my suffix

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Weekend Doodles

Had a good drawing filled weekend.
T'was a blast

Monday, January 14, 2013

Downton Frankie

I watched a lot of Downton Abbey while home sick today.
I would now like to work at an such and abbey.
I would probably get sick of it soon enough, but I would be fun to learn all the traditional ways to prepare things.

And if for nothing else the TWEAD!! 

Monday, January 07, 2013

Ecclesia Advent

 Here are some Church Notes that I have been drawing and painting and just not posting, which is stupid. I love doing these I dunno why I just don't post them more often.

Well last month at Church they did a teaching series on Advent. 
Highlighting 5 different aspects on the Hope what we have through Christ.

Peace (That week I didn't draw anything)

I know this is somewhat of an Ironic image of hope, but keep in mind that the night before I had just went and saw The Christmas Carol with my family. But we do need to be carful where we place out hearts. This study was on how we face disappointment, and what can happen to our hearts when don't get something we were hoping for, and how important it is to place our hearts in the Humble and Powerful hands of out Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. 

This study was on Joy, and how joy is our anchor in the tumultuous sea we call emotions, and that the reason for Joy is truth. Joy is rooted in truth. Truth is constant and unyielding. "Truth" is the loving and understanding parent patiently waiting out the temper-tantrum of its screaming toddler "Emotion".

This was a crazy good sermon, and I am ashamed it has taken me this long to write about it, many of my first impressions lost. But what is the bug take away now 3 weeks later is that Love has the ability to awaken us. Out pastor, Joseph, was speaking about the pain that Love can bring, and lot of times that pain and sorrow we feel for people is our hearts being awaked to justice and the lack-there-of.

The box in this drawing represents the lies that we believe, the lies that lock up our hearts hearts shutting them up in darkness. The candle represents truth.