In this, my first ever Tumblr/Twitter joint celebratory venture, I champion 1606 of my own glorious tweets with this, a hastened portrait of painter/writer Joachim von Sandrart, born in May of that very year. His work specialized in fanciful depictions of the poems of Homer, goddesses, and weird guys on return from sadly pathetic rabbit and fox hunts. I can really relate to the image of his face here… disapproving, apathetic, and probably in need of some legal assistance. I’ll round out this long and very boring explanation along the lines of those commonly found in most museums today by telling you that by working quickly in solitude, late on Sunday school nights, I was able to get through most of my elementary school classes with ‘report covers’ that were as or even more brilliant than the one above without ever cracking a book. Today I remain every bit as humble as those wonderfully innocent, bygone autumn eves. No lie. Your real close Tumblr super art friend, Marc Crisafulli
Previously unpublished, never posted, from 1997.
79 Day Drawing Challenge, Day 13: Marc Day.
79 Day Drawing Challenge, Day 12:
Cruise Ship Themes For The Inebriated
79 Day Drawing Challenge, Day 11: Parlor Games of Yore.
79 Day Drawing Challenge, Day 10:
Discontinued From Sanyo™
79 Day Drawing Challenge, Day 9:
79 Day Drawing Challenge, Day 8…
A sculpture no one’s seen.
79 Day Drawing Challenge, Day 7. Infamous Nerds.
79 Day Drawing Challenge, Day Six. ‘Benefit of the Doubt’. Above is a movie I didn’t draw, earlier this evening.