So happy to be nearly finished with TE2, and close to release time. Mostly, it’s about formatting now, and double checking to be sure everything looks as good as I can make it. And as a thank you for being such a great, supportive group of writers and readers, I’m sharing a wallpaper I recently (this morning) made to inspire me on days when I’m feeling a bit ho-hum about it all. Hope some of you can use it. Enjoy! 🙂
(NOTE: Right click and save. It should save as full-sized. If not, email me and I’ll send you the .jpg. )
In June, Teagan Geneviene invited me to do a virtual art show on her blog.
This was after I told her I’d met an art dealer who advised me to organize
an online portfolio.
I’m clueless about such things.
Teagan and I figured a virtual art show would give me a way to practice building a portfolio.
When she mentioned having the art show on an imaginary submarine I staged a shot in VR to use as an invite and wound up making a storyboard of Cornelis Drebbel’s undersea search for the lost paintings of Rob Goldstein.
I turned the storyboard into a video based on silent era news shorts.
The Drebbel video is a bit OTT, you’ll see what I mean when you watch it.
Cornelis Drebbel based on a character by Teagan Riordain Geneviene
Excerpt of Theme from Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1961) by Paul Sawtell
Illustrations, Video and Digital Paintings (c) Rob Goldstein 2018