5-25-20 – Astro-Chimp
This was one of those nights where I had no idea what to draw and really had to force myself get my stuff out and just make something. This time though I really liked the results.
Commission final. Ink wash on 11 x 17 Bristol
Suited & ready. Astronaut Anna Lee Fisher preps for her Nov 1984 Space Shuttle Discovery mission (STS 51). This 7 day, 23 your flight was also the 1st Shuttle mission which deployed & retrieved 2 communication satellites. Chosen in 1978 by NASA to become an astronaut, Dr. Fisher was involved with 3 space programs; the Space Shuttle, International Space Station & Orion Project. The first mother in space wore 3 hats during her career; that of astronaut, emergency physician & chemist.
How do ghosts move? Its established that they cant affect the matter around them (objects but more relavent to this question: the air and gasses around them) in that case it would make them trying to move similar to astronauts in space trying to move without a tether or other “equal an opposite reaction” such as a jetpack or throwing something in the opposite direction they want to move. This brings me back to the question How Do Ghosts Move?
As always, reblogs are really appreciated 🌟
So this is my progress of 3 and half years. In this course of time I learned a lot! About myself, my art, my desires, my goals.. And since I started painting digitally I would spent way to much time on a drawing. Like especially this one, I spent so much and wasted so much time on this that I’m almost ashamed. So, don’t think I’m exaggerating when I say I spent months on this 💩 well, all that cheesy stuff aside, now my biggest motto is ‘finished is better than perfect!’ Don’t overwhelm yourself people, I assure you you will improve, and your art will do so as well.
Anyways, here’s the progress, enjoy!
“Looks like it’s gonna be a good one”
Me gustaba la dimensión en la que estábamos juntos, ahora estamos millones de años luz lejos.
2001 A Carivaggio Odyssey
Apollo 7 lift off at Cape Kennedy, Oct 1968! A7 was a 10 day, 20 hour mission by rookies Donn Eisele & Walter Cunningham & space veteran Wally Schirra. It was the final spaceflight for all 3. The mission was the first time a Saturn 1B rocket put a crew into space & it also marked the first live television broadcast from space. John Young, Tom Stafford & Gene Cernan were all back up on the mission; the trio would later go on to perform the 2nd lunar orbit on Apollo 10 in 1969.
New graphic for my website.