Saturday, December 26, 2015

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Best Brush Cleaner - Acrylic Painting Tips



I've been working with acrylic paints for one decade, and if you use acrylic paint, you know how easy it is to forget to clean the brush to find it impossible remove the hard-dried paints on brushes.  Over the years I tried different products, but if you want to save your time and recover your brush, this is the best product. 

Winsor & Newton's "Brush Cleaner & Restorer" comes in three different sizes. The bottle design might look different from the picture below, but as long as it's Winsor & Newton's "Brush Cleaner & Restorer" that's what you need. This product can be bought from different online and offline stores, but here is the link; http://www.dickblick.com/products/winsor-and-newton-brush-cleaner-and-restorer/

Be sure to use this in a glass or ceramic container as this liquid may melt certain plastics, especially those disposable plastic cups for drink. 


Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Messing with Graffiti

Apps that makes mirrored images are fun. Even a silly graffiti image can transforms to something interesting like these. 

Mirrored Part 1

Mirrored Part 2

Mirrored Part 3

Original graffiti photo on West Oakland Street




Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Colorful Tuesday

The use of mobile applications to mess with color helps me study color combinations without being have to use the actual paints to find the nice colors. More on my Instagram (takingmomo).






Monday, July 13, 2015

Black and White Monday

“What do you see in abstract art? There's no incorrect answer. Use your imagination. Make up your own story and believe in it. Your story is the subjective truth you live with. Ultimately, not only in abstract art, but also everything in life is about how you view things. Enjoy life. Enjoy abstract art!”


Original ink drawing on paper (11 inch x 14 inch) unframed -  still available (as of July 13, 2015)

Print (reproduction) on 11 inch x 8.5 inch paper also available.

Saturday, July 11, 2015

Epoxy Resin and Possible Toxicity

Epoxy resin makes amazing and mysterious images, yet I am not working with resin at this time, and I don't have a plan of working with resin in the future. Epoxy is a high maintenance art material, and there is always uncertainty of safety, as the toxic element can penetrate through rubber gloves and also through the skin and eyes in the form of fumes. And the toxic effect is silent, so the resin users most likely will not have noticeable symptoms.  Supposedly the catalyst enters our bodies and stay there, and it may harm liver. But I really don't have an accurate information, yet I don't think it's very healthy to use unless you have an access to facility with commercial ventilation system.  


Friday, July 10, 2015

Mirror and Filter

This is the original image I used for mirror fun.

And mirror app made this. 

By moving the image around, you can make different version of mirrored outcomes. 

Wednesday, July 08, 2015

Work in Progress and Completed

Some shots from my Instagam (takingmomo) , showing the work in progress and the complete shot. The size of the painting is 36x36 inches (3 feet x 3 feet). 











Tuesday, July 07, 2015

I love the whim art

I totally love it when I can make this in a total whim without effort without any art supply. 


Monday, July 06, 2015

Sunday, July 05, 2015

Mirror App - LineScape Butterfly

This was made with a mobile app. It makes a cute and pretty image like this in a whim.  LineScape butterfly!

Saturday, July 04, 2015

July 4th Color Theme Variations

Happy Independence Day of 2015! 




Online Application for Fun

Recently I installed free drawing apps on my iPad, Android phone (moto X), and PC, and trying them out just for fun. I find them really convenient because there's no need to clean up afterwords, and there is no preparation beforehand, and anything I don't like I can wipe it off in a whim. No mess, no fuss, and instant gratification.  


I mostly experiment to see how much I can make the design interesting by using a simple concept. In this case, this is made with only circles. 


Friday, July 03, 2015

Instagram - takingmomo - a short hike

Do you  instagram? I am "takingmomo" on Instagram.

If you don't instagram, some of my instagram shots are here on flickr.

I've been trying to figure out on how to use digital camera as a total novice. I have Canon's Rebel eos sl1. I find it harder to shoot with this than doing so with mobile devices. I admit that I don't know how to use it very well, not knowing how to manipulate the focus point and the amount of light the camera takes, as well as color adjustment and etc. So my photography is now all about trial and error (mostly errors).






Monday, June 01, 2015

LineScaping Art Demo in Cupertino


Come join us at this free event and enjoy watching me PAINT LIVE.

"The works made of repetitive lines appear mindbogglingly three dimensional despite being flat. All lines are drawn freehand one by one, even though observers assume they are computer assisted."

FALC General Meeting, Quinlan Center, Craft Room, 10185 Stelling Rd., Cupertino

Monday, June 8 2015/ 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM






Thursday, April 23, 2015

8 feet painting is here


original acrylic painting on canvas with black floater frame. 

8 feet x 50 inches and 2.5 inches deep


Monday, April 20, 2015

Friday, April 17, 2015

Thursday, April 16, 2015

6 feet x 12 feet painting



This painting is available for purchase. Wrong size? I can make a custom sized one too. 

"forest 6x12 feet" - original acrylic painting on canvas

COLOR: BLACK AND WHITE (Any other color you see is due to optical illusion)

Extra black sides for possible stretching needs. 

Free shipping worldwide
The item ships rolled.


Follow this link for purchase info: 
http://momokosudo.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1_9&products_id=72


Monday, April 13, 2015

Saratoga Rotary Art Show 2015


The poster for Saratoga Rotary Art Show 2015 is up. 

For a larger image, 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/subjectiveart/17136236895/sizes/l

My booth number is #338

Show info:   http://saratogarotaryartshow.org/index.shtml