We used to look up at the sky and wonder at our place in the stars, now we just look down and worry about our place in the dirt. – Cooper (Interstellar, 2014)
This quote was taken from the movie Interstellar. The final product was an evolution/adapted from a string of previous images.
I used a skeleton to show a once alive human sitting in a stargazing position. However it is overcome by an eye in the sky which acts as a focal point. Replacing the moon in the sky is a giant eye gazing down at the tree and the earth.
The tree’s roots extend to show a house and human civilization buried in the ground and dirt.
Below is another concept of the same quote.
I thought of a simpler idea at first, to identify the 3 elements that I needed in the image – An eye, a house (to represent our ‘place’ in the dirt), and the grass / soil to represent the dirt itself.
Original concept v2 (same quote):
After the last week’s review, I decided to try and see if I could tweak the man’s head figure a little as it was previously not very well done and did not add much to the image.
One thought on “Pre Silkscreen”
Have you chosen this to be your silkscreen image? It looks intriguing but bear in mind the details may be lost during exposing and washing of the screen. Do the necessary changes if you can before printing on the transparencies.