On the 4th of July, 2013, my friends and I went up to the roof of my apartment. From there we watched the fireworks being launched from the Boston Hatch Shell, while our neighbors blared the Boston Pops from their televisions. What we did not anticipate is that from my apartment, we could see at least 10 town’s firework displays. Straight from my Flickr page, here they are:
I love Boston. I really do. I think it’s a beautiful city. These were taken from the top of the Prudential Center. Well, not the way top, but near the top. You can see more photos like this on my Flickr feed.
Last week, I posted a drawing of Galactus and I figured I’d follow up on that. I usually enjoy looking over other artist’s processes, usually while I’m seething with jealousy over their art blogs. I enjoy looking over these because it breaks down their art into something I can understand; it not only informs me about how they do what they do, but it also gives me a bit of inspiration. Maybe I can do that for someone?
When I originally sketched ol’ Galactus, I had envisioned the drawing to be sort of silly. He’d have a big space fork and a big space knife, maybe even a big space bib?