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January 5th, 2008 #1
Egil's sketches - Panzer nudity!
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Whats hot right now is my concept art for a short film I wrote two years ago. It is picked up again by a producer. At the time I am working closely with a director and develop the story. I will soon post a translated version I hope
Follow up the sketches at the latests posts!
Title art is based on my earlier painting Hungrig
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I really enjoy your imagination... cool...
Are you living in the matrix or do you think all of this is real? For me, well I am pretty dang sure it is the matrix. beings.
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January 6th, 2008 #5
Rockhart: thanks You should try it. The music is gold!
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As I walked trough the park around the castle, I saw two riding police officers. With a ridiculously small hint of gesture, I saluted the officers as they patrolled trough the park.
I guess cops riding pigs watching us sucking Napoleon’s tits is exactly what what went trough my mind afterwards. I promised myself to draw it down..
So here is today’s sketch!
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January 7th, 2008 #8
Today’s sketch: ‘Tarpeian fashion renaissance anno 2008′
I read too much newspapers. The Iranian supreme court has approved to take use of an ancient death penalty. It works like this: Person is put in a sack and thrown out of a cliff to hit a pile of rocks.
This penalty is perhaps not meant to replace the most common stoning and hanging punishments. In my opinion its not really a step towards anything.
This method has its origins from the old legend of Rome, when the young Tarpeia betrayed her city. She was punished by falling off the cliff that is now mentioned after her..
As fashion often find inspirations from icons, martyrs and legends, why not give Tarpeia a go. Show your concern by dressing up with a sack, leaving one arm free for silver rings. Doing the ‘fenstere’ has also a great effect!
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January 14th, 2008 #10
In order to understand a face you must take it to the extreme... This is a very free self portrait. It is an honest, low-fat, take it to the bone portrait. No chubby lies here!
It is an interesting way to draw as I get to explore the shape very quickly. The downside is perhaps that it made me look 20 years older. I wouldn’t admit that I see myself like this all the time.
one year old:
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January 20th, 2008 #11
Not even a thousand think tanks can break the ciphers of enlightenment..
The nominated, intellectual and influential practices the belief that everyone can be enlightened and guided towards divinity. Salvation and truth can not be reserved as secret information to some gnostic elite, but rather left to the individual. The key is private.
Inks with water on an A3 format. Color edit in photoshop.
I found my inspiration during my cryptography lessons.
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May 11th, 2008 #13
Not only by counting the number of growth rings can determine the age of a tree, but interpreting the spacing of growth rings can tell us much about it's life.
How can we understand the mind if not looking backwards and examining our past. Trough time, our mind has become a mind within a mind - an endless journey of nested personalities.
I've always been fascinated by the russian Matryoska dolls. The concept of nesting dolls, growth rings and onions is with me when I think of age and personality.
Black ink painting using brushes and water on A3 size paper. Later post processed in photoshop.
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July 7th, 2008 #17
It is typical to man to mimic the creation of life in ones ideal image. A puppeteer is a person who manipulates an inanimate object using strings. The brilliant use of strings gives the puppeteer full control of his puppet.
An excellent analogy of dominance. The unmistakable fact however is that there is always someone pulling your strings as part of an endless fractal.
This piece was originally inspired from my data structures and algorithms lectures.. I was immediately fascinated by recursive functions
The puppeteer concept is to me pretty worn out, but I think it turned out more interesting in this context.
Painted with inks, later scanned and processed in photoshop.
July 8th, 2008 #18
starts off with white ocean waves hitting the sand. one of the guys sitting on the beach finds his life meaningless.
he figures he wants to leave the beach and explore the desert!
to be continued ...
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July 9th, 2008 #23
WOW. Your expressive portraiture is excellent! Along with the beach photo experiments I usually find that much white a bit over powering, but works damn well in those. Thanks for the eye candy.
PS: I also spent tons of time playing bubble bobble too. Sadly never could beat it but it was damn fun.
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July 9th, 2008 #24
pantless_wanderer: Thank you. Glad you liked even when most of them are pretty rough
donalfall: thank you very much. glad you find those youtube vids entertaining!
Kaffinated: it was really a hard game I had to pick it up recently and finish the game as an adult sort of getting sort things out from my childhood heh
Thanks for the comments on the beach pictures. Using all this white has a meaning which will be presented soon!
July 9th, 2008 #25
continuing the BLACK MILK sketches:
Our hero wanders out in the white and cold desert, fumbling around, gets lost and suddenly discovers a black thick liquid. He walks up to it and tastes it carefully ...
AHA, I found something black in all this whiteness!!
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July 9th, 2008 #26
Hey i find your art amazing because you are putting your mind into it .You are a thinker. And those pieces of information are interesting and putting some meaning to the whole picture.
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July 9th, 2008 #28
ohomoho, thank you. Perhaps I should draw more than think maybe I would be more productive.
jedininjaman, thanks. I left you a comment in your SB as well Thanks for commenting and stay tuned for more
Couple of photo and texture studies to back up the "look" for the shoot. Test shots will be done soon in studio
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