Saturday, April 6, 2013

2500th post: A-Z of Favorite Posts

This is the 2500th post on GurneyJourney. My goal with the blog is simply to have some fun and learn something new every day.

To mark the occasion, here's an A-Z list of some favorite posts from the last five and a half years since I started the blog.

Asymmetrical Makeup
Behind the Scenes at G.J.
Color Zones of the Face
Do Artists See Differently?
Foliage Series
Gamut Masking 
Happy Old-Time Photos
In-Flight Portrait
Joy in the Farmyard
Kinstler Demo
Light and Form
Manhandled by Apes
Nephroid Caustics
Origami Mystery
Photography as Reference
Quick Draw
Rotating Eyeballs
Smiling Presidents
Two-Streams Hypothesis
Unmade Beds
Vignetting Series
Windmill Principle
X-Ray Technique Reveals Dino Colors
Yurmby Wheel and other Color Wheels
Zoo Sketching of Gorillas

Thanks for joining me on the journey. There's a lot more to come.


Kate said...

Wow, James. 2,500 is jolly good going! Congratulations. But more to the point, each and every one is so useful and readable. Thank you! I will bookmark this page and browse your A-Z at my leisure.

Steve said...

Thanks again, Jim, for the most varied, informative, insightful, and entertaining blog on the web. I'm still looking for a way to have my gurneyjourney page delivered by unicycle.

Jean Wogaman said...

What Steve said! Thanks for being such a great online teacher and entertainer!

Glendon Mellow said...

Congratulations and thank you for your blog James! One of the best blogs in the intertubes.

Kyle said...

Thanks! I'm new-ish but I appreciate all your efforts and knowledge.

Kraan said...

Congratulations! 2500 more! And then more!

JonInFrance said...

Thank you! Top blog!

Christian Schlierkamp said...

Congrats, James! Wow, 2500 posts IS a lot!!

David Teter said...

Congrats James!
Love the Origami Mystery post, one I had not seen yet. I am still discovering some of the early posts.

Keep posting...

jimserrettstudio said...

Congratulations, thank you for all of your contributions, you are an inspiration. An amazing artist and teacher.
With the greatest of gratitude, Jim

Benjamin Mills said...

Congratulations, and thank you so much for continuing to share your knowledge, insight and art. The internet is a much better place for it.

Roberto said...

You am da Man!

Keep up the good work, James. Having fun and learning stuff, it doesn't get any better than that!
Take a deep breath... your half way to 5,000! (all my best to your staff.) -RQ

tosher said...

Thanks James, for the amazing information you've put out there.
I feel like i'm back in art school in one of my favorite classes! Keep sharing the wisdom, and helping quench the thirst of an eternal student!

Mark Heng said...

Best blog on the PLANET!!! It should be required reading for all art students, along with "Color and Light", and "Imaginative Realism"! Long may it continue...