One of the aspirations of this blog is to promote creativity. Sex, of course, can ultimately be one of life’s most creative activities . . . literally. Michael Dooney, aka “hula,” is an artist that has created a discussion string on DrawingBoard.org:
Here is a sample of his work, a painting he did for a Christmas Card. While the painting’s subject matter is outside the blog’s theme, I show it to give you a sense of his painting ability. I love this painting. To me, it reveals the beautiful and noble soul of this dog:
(Click on the images to view them individually)
And here is an image he created to show the intelligent, creative, and convenient tool he has designed to facilitate creating the infrastructure to his sketch paintings:
This creative paint/tackle box does 3 great things, and more:
1) It preserves the liquidity of the paints, reducing the cost of creation and the quality of paint condition.
2) It’s portable, promoting convenience of creation.
3) It simplifies. While it may not provide sufficient colors to complete some paintings, it reduces the number of variables in laying out the infrastructure of a painting. A traditional palette can be used in later stages.
So, if you’re a painter, it’s a tool to consider or modify. If you are a friend of a painter, and you want to encourage their creations, it’s a tool to show them or to possibly configure for them as a thoughtful gift.
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