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"shane white" "space ravager" "Giclée Print" "fine art print" "scifi" "wally wood" "sexy girl"

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY! Well, at least for the wife and I. What better way to spread the love than to offer all my closest friends (you know who you are) a chance to buy some beautifully printed art.

"shane white" "space ravager" "Giclée Print" "fine art print" "scifi" "wally wood" "skull"

In a moment of love and panic I went ahead and had a limited run made. At 17.8" x 22.2", the Hahnemühle Photo Rag Satin gives the impression of a fine grade watercolor paper. And the archival inks are deep, rich and vibrant. I'm extremely happy how these turned out. And each one will be signed and shipped flat. So feel free to place your orders here.

"shane white" "space ravager" "Giclée Print" "fine art print" "scifi" "wally wood"

Or save yourself the shipping charges and pick yours up at the JET CITY COMIC SHOW November 8th in Tacoma. Hope to see you there.

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  • Listening to: the cracking of my soul.

  • Listening to: the cracking of my soul.

  • Listening to: the cracking of my soul.



I enjoy architecture and industrial design. It's a whole other discipline but one that should never be foreign to the concept artist.

How can you not love it? It speaks to us in volumes and forms, and compositional mass. I don't know a lot about it, I don't have the background or education, but I can certainly deduce a lot just by looking. That's half the battle really. I walk around a lot of the times asking myself questions: "Why would they have done it that way?" "Was it because of the materials available at the time? The designer's personal style? Was it the era in which the thing was built, a direct reflection of the times? Or was it an engineering choice based upon necessary function?

And while I'm talking to myself in public, I also answer in third person.

I once read a couple of books from Dover Press The Diderot Pictorial Encyclopedia of Trades and Industry. For someone who wants to understand the basis for many of our more complex processes in manufacturing and industry, I'd check them out. The simplicistic nature of the birth of machination and industrial design during the Age of Enlightment helped me to understand how many things work. Even if I don't get the details right, it's enough to push me to create convincing machines and environs.

Because really half the job of designing is to make something look believably functional. Otherwise you get nothing but cool fluff...and really who needs more of that?

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  • Listening to: the cracking of my soul.

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shanewhite
Assistant to Genghis Khan
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United States
Current Residence: NORTH BY NORTHWEST

"shane white" "space ravager" "Giclée Print" "fine art print" "scifi" "wally wood" "sexy girl"

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY! Well, at least for the wife and I. What better way to spread the love than to offer all my closest friends (you know who you are) a chance to buy some beautifully printed art.

"shane white" "space ravager" "Giclée Print" "fine art print" "scifi" "wally wood" "skull"

In a moment of love and panic I went ahead and had a limited run made. At 17.8" x 22.2", the Hahnemühle Photo Rag Satin gives the impression of a fine grade watercolor paper. And the archival inks are deep, rich and vibrant. I'm extremely happy how these turned out. And each one will be signed and shipped flat. So feel free to place your orders here.

"shane white" "space ravager" "Giclée Print" "fine art print" "scifi" "wally wood"

Or save yourself the shipping charges and pick yours up at the JET CITY COMIC SHOW November 8th in Tacoma. Hope to see you there.

=s=

  • Listening to: the cracking of my soul.

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