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Quick little black crow! #inktober #art #drawing #copic #crow #ink #ballpoint #sketchbook
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Experimenting with some new techniques on this little guy. For sale if anyone is interested! #painting #art #robot #acrylic #woodpanel #trekell
I’m making buttons now! I have them for sale on my Etsy!
Happy new year! I painted this guy on new year’s for my first piece of 2014!
13” x 17”
A couple Robot Head water colors. Both at 9” x 12” and both are for sale!
Watercolors of mine!
Doing some watercolor paintings of these little monsters. Hoping I turn them into small prints and blank greeting cards later on!
"Heart Robots" 9" x 12" Watercolor
I did a watercolor painting of a couple robots today that make a heart. I’ll post the full piece tomorrow!
The Double An’GLOW’fish Litemare
The Litemares are a series of terrifying, hand-made one-of-a-kind night lights for children and adults alike. While most night lights are meant to comfort, these will do the opposite!
Had a great weekend selling at Denver Comic Con!
Wil Wheaton even tweeted a picture of my anglerfish litemares.
The first of the Litemares: The An’GLOW’fish!
This is first piece in my series of night lights to terrify children! He hangs on the wall, lights up the room, and terrifies your children. What more do you need? There are three so far, which are all complete. More images of the other two will come soon!
I’m pretty happy with this guy. Be his friend.
Everything you need to terrify your children guys.
This is the first of the Litemares, a series of night lights with the sole purpose of terrify children, and the process of getting to the final product! There are three light total and each one plugs into a wall outlet to light up. I’ll be posting final photos of all three pretty soon!
Look at how I make stuff!
Working through a self-reflective process, Greg “Craola” Simkins presents a new body of work for his solo show, “Stop Haunting Me,” opening at Merry Karnowsky Gallery in Los Angeles on April 6. Inspired by the “what-ifs” that plague the artist in his self-analysis, the show’s allegorical paintings of animals reflect on Craola’s fate and the life choices that set him on his course of becoming an artist when he first wrote the name “Craola” on a wall 20 years ago. Watch a video of the artist discussing his new work and take a look at some of the works in the show here:
Made some simple stickers of my logo! I’m getting all my promotional material ready for gradation in a couple weeks. Bookmarks and mini sketchbook featuring my artwork are on their way!
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