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December 15th, 2008 #1
Orwells Diary of Ink, Pencil and Metal
after one year of watching, i want to show you some of my sketches, objects and projects.
im a 21-years-old-swiss-guy. and no, giger isnt my favorite artist
tell me what you think about this, i hope getting some crits to get better.
dont know how much time i have for this life in the internet - maybe one day im suddenly away from here. but till then i want some fun.
thanks everybody on ca for making this the biggest imaginary inspirational place ever and let me be part of it.
congrats! and thanks for watching.
1. picture: "sun parasite", ink
2. picture: "aller tage abend" ("all days evening" or something like that...), ink
3. picture: unnamed, marker
4. picture: unnamed, pencil
5. picure: "steam powered machine powered man powered machine", pencil
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December 16th, 2008 #3
The hatched stuff is awesome!
I'd like to see some life drawings.
December 16th, 2008 #4
@mollymillions: hehe, thanks, you'll see more, later.
@Max Challie:uhm, you got me
i havent draw life drawings since... years ago! probably you see it in this sketches. i have to find a course in my city to do that seriously... but im out of time right now...
Last edited by Remember Orwell; December 16th, 2008 at 09:12 AM.
December 16th, 2008 #5
You've always got a life model in front of you. 100% of the time.
Get a small sketchbook, say A6 or so, and just carry it with you along with a mechanical pencil or a pen. Draw your hands whenever you have as much as 2 minutes of spare time. Whenever you're waiting, draw. I'd just use a pen or mechanical pencil and forget about using an eraser. It's hard drawing without erasing, but worth it. Erasing is just a waste of time and knowing you can just puts you into a state of mind that's less careful.
I'd just use a pen with a small sketchbook and draw your hands whenever. Now you've got no excuse!
December 17th, 2008 #6
youre right. but id really like to study a human body in a course. and i will do it somewhen.
btw, i've never used an eraser when i do a sketch and i had right now my 7th sketchbook nearly finished... so, i know what you mean.
Now you've got no excuse!
heres some stuff. hope this still fits into "sketchbook"...
both things are intaractive installations in my home/atelier.
the first one is a working television-recipient for a spy cam. this is hanging in my bathroom, so i could watch myself when im sh***ing made of metal, wood and a lot other stuff.
(this is why this threads called "Orwells Diary of Ink, Pencil and Metal" )
the second one is a "active-display" and combined with a motion-detector in my working room. if I move the light goes on and everybody outside knows that im working (or not). made of wood and electricity-stuff.
February 2nd, 2009 #7
Haha, it's ok to be lazy.
I like these installations!
February 12th, 2009 #8
February 13th, 2009 #9
thanks max, thanks destiny.
long time no post, i was editing my film and have some fun with worrying and trying to discover the meaning of life
therefore, heres a color pencil (right word?) trilogy. thats me in the cartoony-bizzarro-world, after watching some beautiful intelectual woman who werent mine.
have fun, and dont forget to vote dr. steel for world emperor.
March 20th, 2009 #10
made some new stuff.
a very heavy necklace, made out of leather and a lot of stuff from my life. very private things; every one of the tiny bits are a part of my life, like a tattoo.
the watch doesnt work; the counter does, the puppet-eye does blink and the small gear on top of the larger gear can rotate. fun if youre bored.
i can only take it off with a pincer.
June 30th, 2009 #11
November 14th, 2009 #12
long time no update again
was very busy with work and my movie. but some friends and i decided to found a life-drawing-circle, so i got some stuff to post. first drawing done with left hand. and a illustration for a cd artwork (unfinished coloring).
id love to get some crits!
January 7th, 2010 #13
hi there, some more uf our circle... please crit! help me do it better! (and yes, the last model had extremely long (anatomically-incorrect-long!) legs... )