Everyday 016 – Salty Dog

Nestled amid the dockside storehouses and piled cargo, a low-slung tavern is home to an assortment of personalities, from young entertainers and harrowed servers to the salty dogs of the sea. Merry with the security of dry land and the fermented drink taking hold of his head, one particularly hardy sailor lets out a laugh…

Everyday 005 – Portrait of a Woman

As with yesterday’s companion piece for this drawing, Portrait of a Man, the aim was to give this woman a demeanor and gaze that is clearly intelligent but not influenced by human emotion. The inspiration for it was a reaction against popular fiction in which androids are indistinguishable from humans, such as replicants in Blade…

Everyday 004 – Portrait of a Man

There’s a popular theme in fiction to portray artificial lifeforms as being so much like humans that they are fundamentally the same. An obvious example of this is┬áDo Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? / Blade Runner, which depicts replicants as being nearly indistinguishable from humans, to the point where replicants even worry about their own…