Here I come with another blogpost about a model based on literary work! This time I have chosen Exupéry’s The Little Prince. Continue reading A Project on ‘The Little Prince’
As the idea of studying set design was finding its way into my mind, I started thinking of making projects on different literary works. I’ve always wanted to create something based on favourite works such as The Old Man and the Sea or Big Two-Hearted River, both by Ernest Hemingway, but none of my ideas have been good enough to outline these works fully in their light. Then I was fortunate enough to find the tragicomedy Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett and to be able to understand it in my own, I’d like to say, profound way. Continue reading A Project on Samuel Beckett’s ‘Waiting for Godot’
Maybe you can tell that I am a bit more into crafting. I guess it must be the direct touch of the flat of the hand and the fingers that makes it more special than holding a pencil or brush. Or the satisfaction the process of creating something with your bare hands gives. Or how much considerably more valuable the handmade is.
A couple of weeks ago I decided I wanted to make something bigger than I usually do, maybe even in human size. And a paper dress came to mind.
Drawing with soft pastels has been always distant to me. As a child I never tried any, but this week it was high time I did.
I’ve been making a couple of experiments with a bonsai tree – I used ink, soft pastels and tempera paints.
You can see my first tryout with soft pastels in these pictures: Continue reading Drawing with Soft Pastels This Week