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student in form 4. and live around Melbourne, Aus.
love making art since i can remember i have always drawn.
into street art, i only paste up and occasionally stencil.
Ink on paper.
Last edited by Grunden; October 25th, 2009 at 07:00 AM.
is there a quicker way to upload photos from your computer? filling out all of the fields is annoying for every picture.
first is ink on watercolour paper.
second is some sketches, labyrinth and dark crystal inspired, childhood memories haha.
third is a piece for a friend in ink and watercolour paints, A4 size.
any feedback would be sweet.
so...the first is pencil in a sketchbook, i draw things like this quite a bit, relaxing and natural.
and second is more sketchbook stuff. my character.
Pixie Trick - Thanks heaps
silvestri99 - thanks man, and i've done some like that, but prefer to intergrate the splatters into the 'root/organ' (thats what they remind me of) things?
here are some paintings.
will be a series of three, havent painted up the third, they are for a gallery. I put my first piece in a few weeks ago it was similar to these just on a bigger canvass and not as refined. pretty pumped about that. $ for something i love doing.
Any suggestions or improvements? id like to find out what others think to gain insight. would anyone buy anything similar to this? not asking you to buy but just curious
two old pieces from about 6 to 9 months ago, one just in felt marker and the other in watercolour. cheeers
heres a paste up, more to come in the next week or so.
keen for a paste sesh soon.
and to all that disagree with street art, if it was on a canvass you would respect it.
street art is strange, you have to detatch yourself from the work as soon as its up, you are giving it away. its not yours people can rip it if they want, who cares its their right, just like i have the right to put it there.
you HAVE to question auhority sometimes.
stencil, on a wall by me.
ALMOST got caught, there is a patrol and they did two rounds instead of one, had to lye down in some grass haha.
the wall is so ghetto, i dont even know why they bother patrolling it.
anyway, its about 1 foot high, and its my light bulb head creation.
Hey Grunden thanks for the visit and the advice i know i am terrible for putting lines where there arent actually any there! Gonna try and keep that in mind. I like the stuff you have in here its kinda unique especially like the top one in post#4 Oh and watch out for those wall patrollers!
The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all art and science.
latigid - no worries. thanks heaps man
here is more pasting up.
this one has been up since i started pasting 10 or 11 months young
a mate wanted me to chuck up something on his board similar to mine (mine has been scratched off, a revamp needed soon haha) so yeah did some stuff in the corner with a nice fat sharpie.
thanks for stopping by my sketchbook !!! I really like your style !!! Very curvy style which I like a lot !!!
lukart - no worries, thanks heaps for checking mine out aswell and leaving a comment much appreciated
Very nice,love the ink studies, they're very surreal. :3
I really like your designs, and how intricate they are. The blue paintings are really interesting.. but I'm not sure how well they would sell since they are non-representational and I'm not really familiar with that market.
Really like the flow feeling in your work, that board is awesome, you should make it a sticker or something that would adhere to it, so u dont have to redraw it when it gets nicked off or fades, some print shops have something like that, justa small suggestion. Keep rockin'
so heres a couple of skateboards, and a couple more paintings, one of which is in a gallery.
ive sold my first few, so i had like 150 in my pocket for doing something i love, great feeling.
painting in acrylic and water colour.
crits? like dont like?, its like a foot or so high.