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  Rules of Bad Drawing , pencil on graph paper - 2017     "-Use clichéd mark making - use lazy, repetitive mark making - use mark making that you stole from another artist  -let your marks touch the edge of the paper – let your marks go over the edge of the paper – disregard the edge of the paper  -draw cartoons in the middle of a serious drawing – doodle in the margin of a serious drawing (touch the edge)  -never vary your line weight - vary your line weight for no reason – don’t use lines  -draw a box around the best part – draw a box around your favorite part – have a favorite part  -draw yourself congratulating yourself on bad drawing  -write question marks in all your drawings – draw question marks the same way you write them – write what you meant to draw  -use large multicolor crayons to fill in the whole paper – mar the paper surface with overzealous use of large multicolor crayons  -use fashionable pens – use unfashionable pens  -try to erase things in a way that everyone will notice – convince yourself it adds to the drawing  -glue Astroturf to the paper – use unfashionable glue  -let your brushes be dusty – get dust in your ink  -trace your image on the paper and paint by numbers – draw the numbers – write the numbers  -draw something you meant to sculpt – draw something you did sculpt  -draw the same shit over and over again”

Rules of Bad Drawing, pencil on graph paper - 2017

 

"-Use clichéd mark making - use lazy, repetitive mark making - use mark making that you stole from another artist

-let your marks touch the edge of the paper – let your marks go over the edge of the paper – disregard the edge of the paper

-draw cartoons in the middle of a serious drawing – doodle in the margin of a serious drawing (touch the edge)

-never vary your line weight - vary your line weight for no reason – don’t use lines

-draw a box around the best part – draw a box around your favorite part – have a favorite part

-draw yourself congratulating yourself on bad drawing

-write question marks in all your drawings – draw question marks the same way you write them – write what you meant to draw

-use large multicolor crayons to fill in the whole paper – mar the paper surface with overzealous use of large multicolor crayons

-use fashionable pens – use unfashionable pens

-try to erase things in a way that everyone will notice – convince yourself it adds to the drawing

-glue Astroturf to the paper – use unfashionable glue

-let your brushes be dusty – get dust in your ink

-trace your image on the paper and paint by numbers – draw the numbers – write the numbers

-draw something you meant to sculpt – draw something you did sculpt

-draw the same shit over and over again”

  Drawings that Shed 1,  ink, oil stick and faux fur on paper - 2012

Drawings that Shed 1, ink, oil stick and faux fur on paper - 2012

  Drawings that Shed 2,  ink, oil stick and faux fur on paper - 2012

Drawings that Shed 2, ink, oil stick and faux fur on paper - 2012

  Drawings that Shed 3,  ink and faux fur on paper - 2012

Drawings that Shed 3, ink and faux fur on paper - 2012

Rules of Bad Drawing, pencil on graph paper - 2017

 

"-Use clichéd mark making - use lazy, repetitive mark making - use mark making that you stole from another artist

-let your marks touch the edge of the paper – let your marks go over the edge of the paper – disregard the edge of the paper

-draw cartoons in the middle of a serious drawing – doodle in the margin of a serious drawing (touch the edge)

-never vary your line weight - vary your line weight for no reason – don’t use lines

-draw a box around the best part – draw a box around your favorite part – have a favorite part

-draw yourself congratulating yourself on bad drawing

-write question marks in all your drawings – draw question marks the same way you write them – write what you meant to draw

-use large multicolor crayons to fill in the whole paper – mar the paper surface with overzealous use of large multicolor crayons

-use fashionable pens – use unfashionable pens

-try to erase things in a way that everyone will notice – convince yourself it adds to the drawing

-glue Astroturf to the paper – use unfashionable glue

-let your brushes be dusty – get dust in your ink

-trace your image on the paper and paint by numbers – draw the numbers – write the numbers

-draw something you meant to sculpt – draw something you did sculpt

-draw the same shit over and over again”

Drawings that Shed 1, ink, oil stick and faux fur on paper - 2012

Drawings that Shed 2, ink, oil stick and faux fur on paper - 2012

Drawings that Shed 3, ink and faux fur on paper - 2012

  Rules of Bad Drawing , pencil on graph paper - 2017     "-Use clichéd mark making - use lazy, repetitive mark making - use mark making that you stole from another artist  -let your marks touch the edge of the paper – let your marks go over the edge of the paper – disregard the edge of the paper  -draw cartoons in the middle of a serious drawing – doodle in the margin of a serious drawing (touch the edge)  -never vary your line weight - vary your line weight for no reason – don’t use lines  -draw a box around the best part – draw a box around your favorite part – have a favorite part  -draw yourself congratulating yourself on bad drawing  -write question marks in all your drawings – draw question marks the same way you write them – write what you meant to draw  -use large multicolor crayons to fill in the whole paper – mar the paper surface with overzealous use of large multicolor crayons  -use fashionable pens – use unfashionable pens  -try to erase things in a way that everyone will notice – convince yourself it adds to the drawing  -glue Astroturf to the paper – use unfashionable glue  -let your brushes be dusty – get dust in your ink  -trace your image on the paper and paint by numbers – draw the numbers – write the numbers  -draw something you meant to sculpt – draw something you did sculpt  -draw the same shit over and over again”
  Drawings that Shed 1,  ink, oil stick and faux fur on paper - 2012
  Drawings that Shed 2,  ink, oil stick and faux fur on paper - 2012
  Drawings that Shed 3,  ink and faux fur on paper - 2012