I bought a A0 frame to better show off my A0 posters. And it arrived today. I am not completely happy with how the poster comes out; I expected it to be tighter / more flat, i don’t like the ripples in the paper.
Such a big difference between the wet paint and the dry paint. I like the wet paint here better. But am curious how it will dry up what the effect will be.
I thought I could just ignore the picture on the sheet of paper as I was planning on treating them just as a background or even carrier and the fact that I made the drawing on them was the important part, not the specific combination, not the picture itself but it appears you just cannot… Lees verder Background
There is a remarkable difference between a Uni Posca Acrylic line and a Sharpie line and I realise I cannot just mix them. So I have to redo this drawing all in Sharpie. Shame, cause i really like the matte acrylic.
I went to the Dick Bruna Studio that is preserver in Centraal Museum Utrecht and saw this video, projected on Dick’s original drawing table, of him drawing Miffy. And it changed the way I draw and think about drawing. I discovered I thought drawing with feeling as drawing quickly, emotionally, like Cy Twombly, but seeing… Lees verder Dick Bruna draws a line
I bought a magazine and had the spine cut off to use the magazine pages as drawing sheets, and only back at the office I saw on the spine this poem: The free bird thinks of another breeze and the trade winds soft through the sighing trees and the fat worms waiting on a dawn-bright… Lees verder The Freedom Issue
When I found the following quote on greg.org I knew I had to use it as my origin, my germinating seed for my website on my creative practice. It will make sense later. Hopefully. I think. Watch this space. 25. …This is an apt place to cite Leo Steinberg’s introductory essay, “The Glorious Company,” in… Lees verder l’art pour l’art