Wednesday, May 11, 2011
He got me in. The tribal warrior, that after almost 5 years of applying,and drawing,and doing whatever I could to improve,that got me into Sheridan College. Over the coarse of that five years, I did apply and get into a few other colleges,but at the time, I had so many friends at the school, and so many reasons to stay. The other colleges I had successfully gotten into were Emily Carr, I don't recall if I got in,but I got a pretty decent score from Cal Arts, I always came close to getting in at Sheridan,the last three years were within meager points to get in.
I could sit here,rant,or talk about all the years,and what I did. When it comes down to it though,that's in the past,and all those years have put me where I am now. My class is awesome,and while I've had over 100 friends come and go as they have graduated ahead of me, I can't see myself being in class with anyone else.
I could sit here and mention dozens of people right now (now that I realize), for now a general thank you to those that have helped me over the years,and to the friends I've made, I couldn't ask to know better people. You guys n gals are all awesome!
here are a few friends websites, as their stuff always serves as inspirational material when I'm stumped.
Until next time kids,I'm off.
Darnell D Lysius-Dicette
Kal Tcherkezov (graduate)
Johnny Koester (graduate)
Frank Macchia (graduate)
Myke Bakich (Tutored me)
This is a step by step of probably the only painting I did all year that I liked(that was an original piece). This is as far as I got, I feel I could have finished it off with some proper lighting, but I like the idea I had going. The assignment was vs paintings, this one was "organic/life" and the other was "death/wasteland". I didn't like the other one too much.
Anyway,another post immediately following this one.