In a backyard down the street there is a family and a friend and a tree. Everyday tree climbing, Peanut butter sandwiches, swimming, ear-drops, legos and trips to the beach.
Sock Bush, a doodling story by Alex Feliciano. It is around sunset that always puts Larry in a sleepyhead mood. My Inspiration As the day turns and the impending closure it near. I feel the weight of another wasted day. I rush to my desk to beat the moon who will soon illuminate my failing use of time. A nearly unrealistic graffitti artist who likes to take naps and draw dreams. When I was little I thought there must be a secret book that would teach me how to be an artist. I looked for this book in the library …
Sketching in large sketchbook 11’x14’ on paper with markers, ink and watercolors, sometimes with pen.
As a classic monsters, what does a witch do that makes them a thing to be feared.
‘The gravity of the earth is pulling me down.’, says Swamp Thing. ‘The best place to lay eggs?’ The slimy creature thinks as it watches you skipping rocks. ‘A host to houses my eggs, something warm and tasty.’ Swamp thing thinks as it silently slips into the cold dry air. Looking down at reflections in still eye. She smiles at you after your breath is gone, ‘What a happy nest this will make. I’m such a good mom.’ She smiles as you’re dragged under. Kinda grossing myself out with this one.
Doodling with grey marker on large paper, Alex Feliciano is marking you b-boys in the clouds.