utorak, 30. rujna 2014.
ponedjeljak, 29. rujna 2014.
petak, 26. rujna 2014.
četvrtak, 25. rujna 2014.
srijeda, 24. rujna 2014.
utorak, 23. rujna 2014.
I think I have already mentioned that I occassionaly use make up when drawing. It is a great way to recycle. These two illustrations were with various shades and pen. One is more fairy-like while the other one is more realistic so the shades are used accordingly. The fairy isn't finished yet.
Mislim da sam već spomenula da povremeno koristim šminku kada crtam. To je odličan način za reciklirati stvari. Ove dvije ilustracije su nacrtane kemijskom i raznim sjenilima. Jedna je više vilinska, a druga realističnija, pa su sjenila korištena u skladu sa tim. Vila još nije dovršena.
ponedjeljak, 22. rujna 2014.
|Textile paints/ tekstilne boje|
|ulje na platnu|
|canvas/ oil paints|
|shirt (textile paints)/ košulja (boje za tekstil)|
Kao što možete vidjeti, ne nedostaje mi inspiracije...pa bio to papir, odjeća ili platno.
četvrtak, 18. rujna 2014.
There is more than one way to show your paintings to the world. When it comes to painting on clothes, let me tell you it really isn't that much different from painting on canvas (and canvas is made of cotton just like this shirt) .
I've written about textile paints so many times, so not to repeat myself, feel free to check out the technique here, here , here , here, and here. (I could probably find a dozen more links, that's how often I posted about it. If anyone is interested, I can always put all of them in one post)
This post is actually a continuation of the one posted before the last post ( the interview). The outfit is pretty much the same, the only difference being the shirt I'm wearing. Summer is giving way to Autumn slowly, so carrying one long sleeved clothing item in your bag is usually a good idea.
Postoji više od jednoga načina da pokažete svoje slike svijetu. Kada se radi o slikanju na odjeću, ono zaista nije puno različito od slikanja na platnu ( slikarsko platno se također radi od pamuka kao i ova košulja).
Pisala sam o tekstilnim bojama puno puta, tako da se ne ponavljam možete kliknuti na bilo koji od linkova u tekstu na engleskom, a mogla bi uključiti još više veza jer sam stvarno često objavljivala o tome. (Mislim da sam im stavila dovoljno, ali ako koga zanima nije mi problem prikupiti ih sve).
Ovaj post je zapravo nastavak na pretprošli, odjevna kombinacija je praktički ista, jedina razlika je u košulji koju nosim. Ljeto polako prelazi u jesen pa ima smisla nositi nešto dugih rukava u torbi.
nedjelja, 14. rujna 2014.
Seeing his works for the fist time, I was mesmerized by their complexity, artistry, refinement, visual richness and abundance of meaning. Pini Hamaou is a brilliant photographer from Israel. He has kindly agreed to do an interview with me. To see more of his works visit his website.
1. As a photographer what do you find most challenging?
As a photographer, it's important for me to move forward and to find new ways and techniques. I don't want to repeat myself. Usually we humans like to stay at our comfort zone, at places we know. The will to change is very important for our personal development.
2. Many of your photographs seem to have a message of some kind. What do you think good photography should convey?
In my view a good photograph must create interest with the viewer. It must tell him a story, or pass an idea. The aesthetics of the picture is important, but more important is the idea behind it.
3. In your experience, how much of what happens in front of camera is spontaneous and how much is the result of what has been previously envisioned?
I shoot pictures of various subjects. In documentary photography every photo is spontaneous, and my role as a photographer is to catch a moment of interesting happening. But with conceptual-artistic photography I try to share an idea. And that's why all my pictures are pre-planned. I come to the shootings with sketches I drew, I choose the right location, I organize the props and cloths before the shootings, and I choose the model I think will be most appropriate for the idea and expression I want to share. Of course during the shootings I change certain things, for example, I usually shoot in natural light and sometimes I have to change the positioning in order to get better lighting or background.
4. Do you think that photography is different from other art form and if so in what ways? What are the main advantages of photography?
Photography, painting and cinematography have a lot in common. In my photos I try to blur the differences between these arts.
In a story the reader's role is to imagine how things look like. In my photography I bring my imagination and present it to the viewers.
Photography's advantage on painting is in the quickness – in one click there's a photo. A work on a picture can take months.
5. What would be your advice to young aspiring photographers?
I advise young photographers to enjoy the experience of taking a picture, and then try to improve from one session to another, to see what needs to be improved and implement it in the next session. Self-criticism is vital to our personal development.