The mannequins remind me of all the statues Iíve seen in museums missing their arms and heads. I think of the Venus De Milo. Perfect woman of her era. Goddess of love and beauty. Now she has no arms. -- Kabuki: Metamorphosis #2
The last artist that I talked to was David Mack, known for his "Kabuki" comics. He had a whole mess of prints that were very affordable, but I was worried about the rain and carrying the print with no tube so I had to skip. Sadly I haven't found a place online to get the same prints. We talked a bit about the materials he uses, acrylics, oils and watercolor and the how the unpredictability of watercolor is the coolest part of it all. Hopefully he will be at next year's A.P.E. so I can pick up some prints. Note to self: Bring tubes!
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