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May 13th, 2004 #1Registered User
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Ths is the meet up thread for Belgium!
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In Brussels center for some time now... hoping to go to La Cambre
Hope another will join us
May 30th, 2004 #3
June 1st, 2004 #4
Here too load of girl... living between the two campus of the ulb, no far away from La Cambre and so on
Seem that I'm the only french speaking belgian here too
June 1st, 2004 #5
Hehe, cimetière d'ixelles I've been living there for years
June 1st, 2004 #6
June 1st, 2004 #7
Drumwhore : exactly... nice cemetary I can see it from my windows(badly. Need to buy a longer neck )
We can play card or start drawing maybe?
June 1st, 2004 #8
June 2nd, 2004 #9
bralt hannicart from gent reporting in hehe Gent rocks! but i'm originaly from near Kortrijk
June 2nd, 2004 #10
yow yow... Ik ben woon tussen leuven en mechelen, maar loop school in St Lukas brussel.
(J'habite entre Louvain et Malines, mais je étudie à St. Luc à Bruxelles)
June 4th, 2004 #11
Yeah, but what? :p
June 12th, 2004 #12
Do some of you know a good shop with Chavant clay, sculpey or thing like that on Bruxelles?
And did anyone know where I can find a drawing board? Bruxelles too... (Or Brussels. Or anything you can imagine to call it, personally I call it the fucking place where I live )
June 12th, 2004 #13
Orban: maybe there's a shop you'd want to try, it's 'schleiper', located at 151 chaussée de charleroi, near the place stephanie.. I don't exactly know if they have scupley or an equivalent, but I surely do know they have a lot of artistic matierial, inclunding clay.
If not, I still know another art shop near the 'bourse', where I bought some clay a few months ago. I just dont know he exact address.. although I can look for it if you need it
hope this helps
edit: what do you mean exactly by 'drawing board'?
June 13th, 2004 #14
I know pretty well schleiper, most of my paper, pen, brush and so on come from there But the only they got is normal clay and some kind of plastiline(without sulfur). Main problem with plastiline, is that I can't find info on what to use to paint it, nor if it will resist a long time...
And normal clay isn't usefull to sculpt figure for example - a bit too rough(And I don't have an owen to bake it )
A studio table, (tekentefel, table a dessin). Like the one architect use and like many artist - my easel is usefull to paint but to draw... erhm. I hope to find one's cheap.
June 16th, 2004 #15
You got your 7th Belgian (I always liked that number for some reason).
I live in Limburg, studying communication and multimedia design. Nice to see some other "belgen" on the board
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