In November 2018 I started working on several ore drawings in the collection Digital Human Beings. The series have become quite large and an exhibition would fit very nicely. Am looking nog for a good enough place to show the works. Any suggestions are welcome.
Added a hardcopy Bitcoin to this paper and also some traditional values. Symbolic for the new ways for mail-art that old and new are now integrating and we don’t know which way things are heading. Will be funny to find out where this paper will travel too…… And what kind of traces are on it. I left a few of mine and now digitized it. The network will tell if it is still alive and kicking (or not).
For some graphics on Internet I developed a specific sequence:
- Make a drawing with Indian Ink on thick paper and let it dry
- Put some St. Petersburg Watercolours over the image and let it dry
- Make a digital photo of the result
- Guide it through a Roy Lichtenstein application to set the forms and tones like Roy would have done it.
The results are now on some Facebook groups as a banner, and to archive these works I have posted a few here as well.
When I look back I see I have been drawing for quites some decades now. Since most of the drawings are digitized too, it has become easy to make an overview of the collection. In a new blog I am now publishing an overview where you can search by Title and also by year, so you can see how the works have developed over the years. I know where the influences came from, but you can judge yourself if you like what you see at:
The blog will grow over the years. Not to publish all the drawings, but to show the developement over the years. I noticed that for some years the drawings haven’t been digitized yet, so it will be interesting to change that and add that to the digital world.
From the firm Karsten (see link below text) I received a new 3D pen to test. They included also a lot of Filament, so that will be an interesting test. Above you see the pen and the in-between result of the object I am working on. The pen works very well indeed. It is faster then the MyRiwell 3D pen I normally use. The nozzle is a bit smaller, so you can work more precize, and also you can adjust the temperature by hand, which is very handy.
The control of the 3D pen is good, it works constant and you can adjust the speed if you need to (for detail work). I noticed that when you stop, it does a little delay, probably to save the noosle from clogging.
The included filament was ABS which I am used to work with. Bright colours and I put the temperature a few degrees higher so the outcoming filament was very smooth and that shows in the result. This form works from Amsterdam. They even sell their new 3d pens through the Media markt and Action shops at quite a cheal price. So 3D pens have become available for everybody now.
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