(Updated: Monday June 29th, 2020 6:40 PM)
I am in the process of adding stickers to Etsy, StickerMule and RedBubble. I have a few thousand stickers ready to sell. I will update again with progress. This website will become a landing page which can categorize the stickers in a more interesting way, but ultimately will link to these shops. I won't have my own eCommerce solution on this site.
(Updated: Thursday February 7th, 2019 7:11 AM)
View my Instagram Page (Headcircus_Art)
, with the most current work in progress here (up to 2019).
Try my custom dropdowns (requires JQuery): Select Box Factory Widget
and the rest of the UI blog here: The Ui Guy Blog
The last update here was almost 11 years ago. In that time I have done almost more work than the 23 years laid out here combined. What you see on this site (other than what is in this one update) is very old and will be updated completely to support my creation of stickers which started in 2017. Until then, you can look around, but it won't be here for very long. Here is a sample of what to look forward to (as well the main logo at the top of this page was updated). All images and website (c) 2019 Headcircus.
(Updated: Friday December 12th, 2008 8:54 AM)
What Lurks in a Calabi-Yau Manifold? - Finished 5/6/2007
Actual size: 6" x 6", Done in Sakura Micron Pens
I think there is a lot going on inside the unfathomably small extra dimensions described by String/M-theory. Since, as predicted since the birth of Quantum Physics that these extra spatial dimensions are so small we cannot even measure them, the world is an open book in terms of just what they are, and what goes on inside them. The Calabi-Yau Manifold was the best mathematical shape to represent a 6-dimensional structure. What you are seeing here is what String Theorists think is the origin point of the calabi-yau manifold. They think each point in a 3 dimensional structure is the insertion point for these hidden dimensions. This is meant to represent the entryway from the point into the manifold.
(Updated: Monday August 18th, 2008 7:33 PM)
Opening Qin's Tomb - Finished 8/18/2008
Actual size: 10" x 10", Done in Sakura Micron Pens
Qin Shi Huang the infamous first emporer of China was buried with thousands of terra cotta soldiers in a temple he devoted to himself. Well-known for commanding the Great Wall of China, the unification of China, amongst many other incredible things, he was always seeking the elixer of life. Some say he may have found it, and I think that might be true. Even China has not opened his tomb, but when they do, this is what I think it will look like.
(Updated: Monday April 28th, 2008 7:01 PM)
April Escapes - Finished 11/14/2007
Actual size: 8.5" x 11", Done in Sakura Micron Pens
A piece done in late 2007 for The Augurux, depicting the protagonist, April, escaping the baddies from the evil Kani Yama. Click for a larger, more detailed image.
(Sunday April 20th, 2008 3:08PM)
Another drawing in progress in my squid series,
. I am, for some reason, fascinated with underwater life, especially squids and jellyfish!
Although I have finished "The Augurux", I am putting it aside for now to focus on becoming a better writer. I got it out of my system, and now its time to move into intermediate territory. So for now, I'm drawing and reading all different genres.
(Sunday July 28th, 2007 5:01 PM)
Its quite normal for me to take a break from art and focus on other things. Its only a hobby for me. Usually if the summer rolls around, and I'm single, and theres no pressing need to compete in any way... I put down the pens for a little while. Its been a couple of months and its actually kind of nice to not be thinking about artwork.
One thing is for sure is that just as quickly as I stop the work, it will kick in again just as suddenly. When will that happen? I don't know. You'll know when you see more work.
(Tuesday May 24th, 2007 11:09 PM)
2 new drawings nearing completion (and 4 more also started). I do tend to keep my finger in a lot of pies at once. The danger is that none of them get finished, but this time they will.
- The drawing here now has been updated and represents about 1.25 hours of work.
- The drawing here now has been updated and represents about 6 hours of work.
I also updated the site with:
- Added tattoos (5 more to be added)
- Turned the years into eras in the new "timeline"
- Added an about section, with a tools "gallery" and several sub pages.
- Added a new section for in-progress thumbnails. The first use is here.
New in-progress drawing
(Saturday May 19th, 2007 12:45 PM)
I've scanned in a drawing in progress. You can see it here
This is after 1/2 hour of work (its the thumbnail on the left on the top). I am doing this for fun, so that you can see how i put drawings together. The next scan I will do after another hour or so. When it is all said and done, the finished picture will be in the gallery, but below that will be little progress thumbnails you can click on. I might even make a little slideshow widget which will superimpose images from start to finish.
I have done this before with 5 other pieces, but never real-time like this. Basically when I have developed the interface on this website for that feature, I will go back and add that interface to the other pieces. On the front of this website will be a special list of drawings that you can click on to see the progress.
Also, I have a couple of little videos I can share that show me actually drawing.
(Sunday, May 6th, 2007 3:01 PM)
Welcome to my online art gallery. The links at the top will take you into the gallery. Drop me a line and let me know what you think! The best way to do that is here
This website is broken down into a few sections currently not including this front page (which serves as a pseudo-blog), but will be expanded dramatically in the days to come (today is 5/15/07). So far I have finished artwork going back to 1986 (50 pieces still remain to be uploaded). The next sections will be: in progress studies (to show you my process), tattoo flash art, business cards, websites, poetry, short stories, non-fiction, digital art, philosophies, tools of the trade, and UI design.
What else will be coming...
Larger images (right now they are between 350px and 400px wide, but they will be about 500px.
Some images will have zoomed in details and you can see the texture better.
Some images will show the process that went into making them.
Note: All pictures, images, designs on this profile and the name/label "Headcircus" are protected by US and international copyright laws. All rights reserved. You may not sell, reproduce, alter, claim or transmit any artwork found on this page or related to this artist without the permission of the artist. Images copyright 1986-2007 Headcircus, Headcircus.com (either effectively represents "the artist"). It is implied that by coming to this website and viewing these images that you agree to this disclaimer, even if you bypass this main page and/or the images themselves do not mention a copyright.
Plain English: Basically you can keep the images for your own personal use (such as using it as a desktop background, showing your buddies, printing it off your computer) - but you cannot use it to sell things (aka "make money"), and don't claim it as your own. Actually, giving me credit would be wonderful, and "Headcircus" would be enough. If you are interested in doing something with my art, please email me.
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