Marina, Zac Efron, Joey Tribbiani... best Graham...
Just finished some paintings and sketches of photomontages I made this week. I’ve done a lot of fast charcoal sketches of the scenes, some in pencil and a few in paint and ink. I am very happy with the outcomes because they demonstrate what I wanted them to; the similarities between the places I’ve visited recently and by combining them, you can create a new and interesting landscapes...
My answer to what the green circles are!! Thank... →
Just playing around with some photomontages and collages in my sketchbook. There are so many similarities between the places I’ve photographed recently. Need to get mooooooving though, only 5 weeks left.
Carmen - Lana Del Rey, best video! →
So I think that yesterday wore me out…only woke up and hour ago :/ Just incase Neil sees this I have work this evening so I’m working from home so that I can work till 5.30 and then go to work. Appologies! But my work is coming on and I’ll post my progress today.
So went up to Aberdeen on the train with my lovely lovely mum today :) 7.30 felt like 4 in the morning…I never want to be up that side of 9am again! Had a tour of the whole campus; the different buildings, student halls and libraries were all amazing. After a couple hours I had an appointment with the head of History of Art, Dr. Bryzgel to discuss the course. I don’t think...
Just been looking at Stezaker’s work to inspire my idea of photomontaging and collaging landscapes. Although Stezaker is famous for his portraits, he often combines a portrait with a landscape to demonstrate part of the human body. For example here, as part of his Mask Series, Stezaker combines old photographs with postcards of mostly British landmarks to create a completely unique...
So spent about 2 hours struggling with technology to print off all my photos from the holidays. Think I used up the art departments ink allowance… I organised all the photos and put some up on the wall. I was ripping up a photo from the Lake District and one from California and rearranging the pieces into a new landscape. The scale and proportions of the photos were similar making it easy...