The organic lines flow around like two people in a passionate dance.
The sharp angles, the thick and thin lines and how they create boxes that seems to imprisons you.
The power of you anger. The build up and the relief you feel when you hit something. (violence Read more →
Continuation from the previous process post:
How I managed to make some of the digital prints i obtained:
Using Chinese Ink and paper, i applied large amounts of wet ink and immediately folding the paper into two. One in particular was the one i used for horror for ones of the lines Read more →
Refer to my mark making post here for all my works made with the tools above.
*my marks can be seen in the physical journal and also my previous 2D post of my mono prints.
Here is a compilation of all of all of my final lines! If you want, here is a recap of my other posts for this project 🙂
This is the start of my final lines!
These are my final 18 lines for the project & explained why the lines are representing the different emotions. I mainly focused on decalcomania with the mixture of mono print and hand drawn.
Little speckles of ‘light’ among the darkness.
Veins/nerves stretching out.
Paint marks splattered up like a blood scene.
Mimics the disgusting worm when scanned inside the stomach.
Different flow in opacity just Read more →
Styles:Initial Monochromatic Drawing/Painting Abstract painter square canvasses, meticulously rendered grids and repeat stripes Versatile Use of Mixed Media
“Meditative therapeutic art work “They want to minimalize themselves in favor of the ideal. Well, I just can’t. The minimalists clear their minds of their personal problems. . . they don’t even leave themselves there! They prefer Read more →
Inspiration 1: CY Twombly
Focusing on abstract work, I really like CY Twombly’s ‘scribbled’ art.
I wanted to do a line for love, mainly passion. When I think about a crazy, sort of passionate form of love, I envision two lovers being hopelessly together in their own messy world. CY Twombly’s style of ‘scribbles’ really resonates with what I envision the line to Read more →
During the whole assignment, I documented my process and products and pasted them into my physical journal. The following images are pages from my journal 🙂
To have even more prints, made some mark marking tools that I found from home.
Then I felt that the prints were not satisfactory, so I decided to play with my favourite – watercolours!