Hey there, sweet pals!
I finally decided to present you some of my pictures, as I recently started to be quite interested in photography. Although they could be considered more or less unprofessional, improving my skills in this domain is on the list!
My first thought after coping with the camera for a while was the fact that this art has much more skills to offer than I could’ve ever imaniged. Seeing the world through a camera allows you to mark much more details than observing it with your own eyes, in your ordinary ways.
Oh wow, revelations again and again and again.
None of these attempts wouldn’t have happened without the support of a few people to whom I am heartily thankful for.
For more posts, stay tuned!
Since I haven’t made a similar post for quite a long time, let me present you one of my past creations. I must admit the fact that this sculpture could be rather named as an ability exercise, as the whole concept of it does not belong to me.
The one who did this amazing sorcery is Alberto Giacometti, a modern sculptor and painter which I truly venerate. What I like the most are his ways of representing the human body. His sculptures have a rough texture, yet the shapes created are so delicate and fragile.
Therefore, I decided to do his work on my own, a while ago. The result was slightly not the one that I expected, but, currently, I’m quite pleased with the way it looks.
Celebrate! Celebrate! Celebrate!
So, check these pictures and also the inspiring works of this italian mindblower!
Here’s the result of the second ”artsy” project I did these weeks!
As you can see, these drawings seem to be more contemporary, as the whole process implied much more imagination and dedication. I also tried to release my thoughts with a much bigger power of determination than in the other post of this kind.
Now, it’s time to focus on the message I want to express through these drawings, which we also can see as a psychological exercise. (Why not?) Each of them are composing some sort of portraits of my family members. These ”faces” are surrounded by lots of spots, lines, scratches and hatches, which are trying to convey all the details and important events which had a bigger or a smaller impact on them.
At last, all these portraits are actually different visions of how I see myself through my family’s actions, as they have the biggest influence on me.
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Next step: Sculpture! Here’s a bit of how is going to be like the next Creativity Session!
This is a special post, as I finally decided to share some of my sketches with you. Any reasons? Well yes. The main concept of this blog was not only of fashion, but also of art and creativity.
There’s still one specific thing that I must confess and that would be the fact that I was completely uninspired and grumpy these days. ( Happends to the all of us, right?)
Anyway, let’s focus on the drawings. Each of the sketches were inspired by different life forms like shellls, leaves and corals. I used cold and pastelate colours mostly, for each of us has to see the beauty, and the most important thing, the gentle side of the nature.
I hope you like them and find this slight collection somehow inspiring!
At last, here’s a small reveal of the next post of this kind, on which I’m currently working at.