Category Archives: Roughness Is Beautiful in Pictures

Richard Lund talks about roughness, making a case for its use in visual expression.

What Santa really does with his time off…

The next frame is closer. This particular frame is from the last part of the short film. I loved the play of light. Better detail on his face. As we move in to a tight close-up, we see more of … Continue reading

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Delicate roughness…

Jasmine flowers after rain showing delicate roughness. Seasons come and go, sometimes far too quickly for me. Our spring in Southern California is one of those. This year’s May showers seem just a little too special to ignore, however. Rumors … Continue reading

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Even little angels want good habits…

Sometimes I just have to play around to make ideas better. I often find that a good catch phrase or theme guides creativity. But sometimes creativity is driven by more than words – like music or images. Almost all sensory … Continue reading

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The lust of the eyes, or just gimme the cookie already…

Selling stuff requires desire, even if it is good for you. So my young friends at Good Habit took a chance and roped me into making you want some. To eat. Cookies. (And granola. More on that later.) They gave … Continue reading

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