This season's featured sketcher is: Evan Raskob
Evan Raskob is a video, sound, & interactive artist, VJ, visual performance artist, and multimedia technology consultant working out of New York City (USA) and London (UK).
Originally trained as an industrial engineer, Evan's work reflects a scientific curiosity with natural phenomena and processes, especially those relating to visual and audiological perception.
Performing as pixelpusher, he generates video out of a controlled chaos of photographic images, simple shapes, animations, sounds, and live video feeds, all using homemade software.
Evan also works as part of the creative partnership ML Studio, he teaches Video Games and computer-based interactive art, and organizes Openlab Workshops in free media and art hacking tools and techniques around London and the UK.
Check out Evans's work at pixelist.info
Push the mouse button to see the colors "snap" back. This was an example sketch from one of my classes in Interactive Art on the Digital Screen Arts course at the University for the Creative Arts, Farnham (UK) http://ucreative.ac.uk
Inspired by M. C. Escher's prints, this was a common (I think) way of representing the perspective of the sky and ground receding into infinity using simple horizontal lines. Drag up and down on the sketch to change the line spacings.
Inspired by http://www.bugman123.com/Physics/Physics.html two radiating points in contrasting colors. Have a blast with it...
This sketch was versioned from another sketch on sketchPatch. If you click on the 'Parent' link next to the tree icon on the sketch page, you can trace the roots of the sketch. This sketch was made in a sketchPatch workshop at DorkCamp09.