Fairly Smoky Update

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Well good news! My artwork, Miss Page, just won Best in Class at the Pima County Fair. I will have to return for some corn dogs and lemonaid and to admire my new award. I’m very proud of it. I want to┬áthank the wonderful people who work very hard on the Pima County Fair. Many are volunteers. I have even volunteered, but I was too busy this time around. WeeGonza Bazaar┬ámay also try to get a booth in Thurber Hall for next year (that’s the big shopping one). Continue reading “Fairly Smoky Update”

Miss Page is Ready

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Greetings all, wanted to take a moment to show you one of my new images.

The illustrious Miss Betty Page, often referred to as the “Queen of Pinups.” She worked with many photographers in her time. She was Miss January, 1955 way back when Playboy had nudes. She did nudes and quickly became an S&M model and pinup model. Continue reading “Miss Page is Ready”

Photoshoot Finds April, 2016

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Some of my latest finds from some of Tucson’s best thrift stores. These are specifically for a photoshoot in late April (about 2 weeks from now).

I’m currently obsessing about post-apocalyptic imagery. I find it somewhat easy to create. While I’m a big fan of making things in Photoshop, I’m also a big fan of photographing it and inserting it or just letting the model wear it. I do versions with and without for comparison and just in case one version isn’t working. I like options. Continue reading “Photoshoot Finds April, 2016”

The site is finished!

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Okay, that might be premature. I have finished the stuff I know how to do.

This is a template for which I’ve created a bunch of custom artwork. I’m still putting it all in place.

A gallery is coming along with more from the store front.

I look forward to talking to you all again.

-Jonathan
Techno Obscura

Harley Quinn inspired artwork

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Harley Quinn Inspired Art
Harley Quinn Inspired Art

Let’s just dive in here.

Here is one of my latest images. She is inspired by the character Harley Quinn of Batman Fame.

This is one I avoided because I didn’t think I could make it the way I wanted it. This is the tail end of my stencil phase – I made a ton of stencils for a while. I can’t explain why. They just needed to be made is all.

Available as an 11×17″ print with a border. Printed on good quality paper.

$25 plus shipping/handling. Sold on Etsy. Web store is slowly in the works.