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October 6th, 2005 #151
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you are a monster. Your technique is lovely, fast accurate sloppy inspiring
October 6th, 2005 #153
Sve - seriously, quit it, I'm egotistical enough
Tuchymeten - Dude, coming from you that means a lot. Thanks dude.
**edit: I'm off to barcelona in about half an hour to see the lurvely she-slayer Layil. Hopefully we're gonna go see some abandoned factory area and paint there. Let you know how it goes. Barcelona, man, party town. Woohoo!
October 6th, 2005 #154
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oh shit, turntablist? .. nice work also
my sketchbook - http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=53136
a great speech by steve jobs - http://www.stanford.edu/dept/news/re...videos/53.html
^check it out if you need some inspiration in life
October 6th, 2005 #156Registered User
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hey, these are some great illustrations man. i really like that psyche02 imagery. there's something about it that is really really appealling.
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October 13th, 2005 #161
October 13th, 2005 #162
Dude ...absolutely fantastic stuff
October 13th, 2005 #163
awesome stuff !!!
great feeling and killer colors !
cheers and keep on inspiring!
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October 13th, 2005 #164
oh geez sweet stuff. i especially love that "home again", it would fit excellently on a book cover methinks.
the elephant man is very nice aswell. looks abit like a fly and something else, an evasive character,eh?
October 13th, 2005 #165
Ickle Svetlinka - vy sank you my dahlink
Badger - unless svetlinka turns out to be a mouse, you're in
rod - dude, you're never this enthusiastic, did you discover mdma?? hahaha
hurri - cha bro, like fuckin five days man!!! pretty sure my room can take your room too - maybe we gotta have a room on room tdome
pornifex - cheers dude, it's just getting to the point where i feel happy enough that one page might take several hours of scratching away, and one might take three minutes, like 'home again'. so it's kinda cool that people are picking different things as their favourites of my stuff. And yeah, the elephant man looks better on projector, like I say. Some trippy shit like that is what i'll be painting at the rave on sat. I'm now DJing 5-7 in the morning, after drawing, which means i'll have to stay pretty well in control. Hands up if you can remember the last time I was sober for more than 24 hours! Nobody? Mum????
October 13th, 2005 #166
I think you should post that piece in the finally finished section. I realy like it, nice coloring. Cool sketchbook man, love it all the way
"There is no such thing as 'accurate drawing'. There is beautiful
drawing, and ugly, and nothing else." JAD Ingres, Ecrits sur l'art
October 16th, 2005 #167
Ok, so the fast old man gig went really relaly well last night. I opened the second room with an hour-long fuck round on the decks, and then at about 2.30 I couldn't see through the crowd to do my digi painting thing, so got permission to climb on the kinda mezzanine roof thingy and paint from up there on the wall. Then at 5 I closed with a two hour mental drum and bass set. Here's what I looked like painting (without glasses, hence the frowning haha):
**edit: ahem, please bear in mind the state I was in when I did this hahaha - and this wasn't the final image i left on the wall - took about an hour for what I did leave..**
Last edited by Dirty C; October 16th, 2005 at 06:09 PM.
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October 20th, 2005 #169
i like your
sketches and your style . keepit up
October 27th, 2005 #170
miss you too.
you're drunk again? i've quit for good! i sweaaaaarrrrrr
October 27th, 2005 #171
nice stuff! but man i love that http://toeslikefingers.com/gallery/psyche01.jpg painting.
also props on putting VJ-ing on another level.
keep it up mang
check the Tensai Tokyo Sketch Thread (Sketchbook)
check the Tensai Cityscapes Thread (Finally Finished)
Originally Posted by strych9ine
October 27th, 2005 #172
Hey, dirty_c, I'm struggling with my drawing and decided to go change direction of my thought. So I went to meditate a little in your thread, because the needed mood is here. Looked at your dear sketches. I love them. You know a color actually distracts me, I feel a bigger impact in your pencil or marker or pen ones. When I look at them a subconscious is leading me, yours or mine, I don't know. I like that complex feeling that I always go through in your book. World of human being, half angel, half animal, so what we got in the end ? Fallen angel? or trying to fly again.
After that I started to think how you draw. You wrote that my favorites you drew in a train or subway. Interesting, people don't disturb you. I think you probably making some funny faces when you draw, because many of your drawings have very interesting and truthful expressions. You have many religious allusions in your art. Wondering how it is entangled inside your mind. It's a pity I'm not allowed in artist's inner process, creative process. That's most fascinating stuff, but you yourself probably don't know how this thought was born.
Well, many thanks for your book, new and interesting ideas for you.
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October 28th, 2005 #173
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I like your sketchbook man, specially the first drawings! I am new here and I am just going around the forum, checking peoples stuff. I will try to post my drawings soon.
Keep on posting man, great stuff!
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October 28th, 2005 #176
Working backwards for a change:
carnifex: Yes. There's nothing here from then, though. I'll post some stuff tonight, maybe. Currently I'm suffering through yet another hangover. Me, Molly and Imery went out for a drink and drawing session and spent the whole time alienating Molly's boy Tom by talking about Prague and only Prague. The night before that I kicked my best mate out of my house cause I just wanted to talk about Prague online. Seriously, these workshops have all been amazing for me, but that one just took the cake. It's beginning to feel like we're getting sucked into a kind of religious cult like the Koresh thing in Waco hahaha
Jtheanswer: Thanks dude, and look forward to seeing your stuff.
Hiippi: Hey dude, awesome meeting you in Praha. Super nice cat, totally redeemed Finland for me Yeah, I will re-post that character design, but I'm hoping to get enough time this weekend to go through a redesign of it based on Marko and Aleksi's feedback, then post the whole process. Thanks though anyway - like I say, I'll post tonight.
Sve: "Fallen angel? or trying to fly again. " Flying doesn't always lead up, cherub This is a really cool post from you, and I enjoyed reading it. Not just because it's All About Me hehe but in that I like the way you're kinda searching for where you want to go in more than just a 'robots or monsters?' fashion. It's a pity you weren't able to hear some of what Andrew had to say about approaching design from the subconscious where possible. It's a thing I believe in, and where most of the pics people really like of mine originate. As it happens, I'm now working on really getting back into *designing* things properly, and going through thumbnails and iterative depictions. But I think that finding your 'voice' really comes from your soul. Yes, there is a religious feeling to some of what I do, and I don't really mean the kind of angelic stuff, more just the way that I feel, as an ex-catholic, somehow isolated. There's more than that, but I'm at work, so I'm not going to write an essay here. You should maybe catch me on msn sometime.
Tensai: Thanks man! Yeah, I've got to do some work to get things working faster with the VJ thing, but by the next gig we do, I'm hoping to have a dual projector setup with a lot more automation. Gotta email the Corel guy from Prague and demand to see some action on that front..
ExeCuteyPie: Aww, I gotta come see you kids in the City. And yeah, today I'm in pain. Boo.
Will try to post some pics tonight - in the meantime, go check out the party pics in the official prague photo section. My photos are like my paintings hehe
October 28th, 2005 #177
Flying doesn't always lead up? for angel? what else is he capable to do? it's not like he has many choices . Flying or crawling, waiting for a pardon. I agree with you. I'm feeding myself on your burning nerves here, consuming your soul. How disgusting it sounds, but that's true. It's a good thing that for an artist himself it's yesterday, a thought or an emotion that was torturing him in the past and dead now .
I wish you said more. Don't be afraid to open up. What bad could happen? On opposite. One more opportunity to touch somebodies heart on your way from birth to....
I hope I'll read this esse of yours. I really want to read it. I can't catch on msn, I don't know what it is. If it is a chat, I would prefer your post here, I want to reread it again and analize it.
Looking forward for your update.
I wish you said what you think about religion, organized one and that personal belief. Well, that's an abiss of a thinking process.
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October 28th, 2005 #178
Sve, I'll get back to you on that after this. I need to explain the three rules.
But first, here's some of what I've been up to. I haven't included any of the life drawing from Prague, as I really only doodled. And I managed to tear out the best page I've done in ages while drunk last night - maybe Molly will post it.
Done on the plane on the way home. Got me through some pretty serious turbulence. I borrowed Cartoonfox's mechanical pencil. Later I got home and threw away all my traditional pencils haha - Andrew, Marko and Jason all said that i needed to be more patient and find the right line rather than hashing away like I normally do at a million miles an hour. So expect much cleaner stuff from me from now on. Oh yeah, the top guys shit, whatever haha
This is Eriboss's pic in my book. Eriboss is a wicked dude and every time I read his posts now I crack up, cause I can hear his wicked West Country accent
Today's tube effort - unfinished, but sod it, I've scanned it now, I'll probably finish it tomorrow.
Yesterday's tube effort.
Prior to Prague - kinda like it still.
Also before Prague, kinda thing I need to leave behind - no room for detail in the middle of all that graphite..
Possibilities 3: Saturn Returns
This lost a lot of subtlety as it all rubbed off. 10 minute charcoal scribble at the workshop. Some dude (think it was the romanian guy, sorry, forgotten his name) was pretty happy with it and took a pic, but I couldn't convince him to upload it. Funny exchange hehe
This was my entry for the workshop main character of a video game concept. The dragon's her arm, and the boots and backpack are to balance her as it shoots out and unbalances her. I'm gonna redesign her and fix it based on Marko and Aleksi's feedback. PAAAATIENCE.. (this took about an hour)
This was the homework for the prior one, the Degenesis character. Senor Dobsky was down with my "genitals will win it" concept haha but nope! Again, gotta rock with the silhouette-based designs, i reckon.
The view from the window of room B at the golden sickle.
So much more to come. But not tonight.
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October 28th, 2005 #179
damn nice.esp.the last three. but you might now that.
haha and all the workshop i didn't know she had a boyfriend,only when she told me over internet.
greet them all from me when you see them.
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October 28th, 2005 #180
The Three Rules.
Ok, Sve, so here's my central philosophy which I hold in my head when I'm unsure of what I'm doing. I sometimes write it on the canvas if I can't get started, and hold it in my head when I'm staring at the canvas, paper or board and need to free myself of expectations.
1.You're not here to make pretty pictures.
2.Everything you do is wrong.
I never write the third rule.
As you can see, I thrive under conditions of adversity
Ok, so here's what it means. 1.You really aren't here to make pretty pictures. This is a central piece of what I've learnt from ca. If you're hung up on making the picture you're doing the most beautiful picture you can imagine, then you'll screw it right up. You'll be precious, and careful, and afraid to experiment. So when you think to yourself 'You're not here to make pretty pictures' the real meaning is you're here so that you can make AMAZING pictures in a year. If you're not learning something from almost every picture you do, then you've wasted that time. You need to be prepared to do some amazingly bad drawings and paintings in order that a year from now, you will be better than you could have hoped to be on that day.
2.Everything you do is wrong. This bit freaks people out when I tell them haha. If you're standing there with a dark green picture, and it's just not god damned sexy enough, and you've got this crazy idea about laying down this vile pale violet, you're probably gonna freak out. So you gotta laugh at yourself. You gotta think "well, shit, if everything I do is wrong, then I may as well DO SOMETHING INTERESTING."
So that's number two. Accept that you are always wrong. Then do something interesting.
3.Ok, everyone has to write their own third rule. I've got a million ways of putting this, and every day i come up with a new one. Rule number three is The Void. It's the horrible emptiness of the universe that doesn't give a shit about you. It's every person who has ever doubted you, every person who has told you that you just don't have the talent to be what you want to be. It's every fucking art department head who has said that the entire colour family of orange is unacceptable in any picture you did. It's the asshole who told you that you couldn't even draw on your lunch break, cause it was obviously a bad influence on you. It's your god damned parents who forced you through a degree in fucking engineering or law or commerce when you should have been painting for four years! It's the burning core of your being that says to rule one and two, fuck you there are no rules! It's the shitty little town you came from where every mother fucker told you that you'd never amount to anything and it's what you see when you look at the sky and realise that you're alive.
Rule three is actually the simplest rule, because it's not really something you can say in words. But when I do say it, I say it in two:
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