This is a quick sculpt sketch from a week or so. I didn't really have a concept while doing it. Of course, I forgot to do a couple of things, but overall it turned out alright. Next time it will be better. Here's my process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQ3FyAO_7kw
This was something I had a lot of fun doing. It was actually part of a tutorial by Shane Olson, but I ended up changing a couple of things. I'm now actually obsessed with Yeagle's art and I'll probably make a couple of more sculpts of some of his concepts. https://www.instagram.com/p/BlBRIKthK8c/?taken-by=vaskopetrov https://www.facebook.com/vaskopetrovart/videos/978595988969711/ https://www.facebook.com/vaskopetrovart/videos/978599692302674/
I had a great time painting this today. I used acrylics and pastels. The title is taken from a Tom Waits song. The painting represents the emotional hunger every person has. https://www.instagram.com/p/BlU528oB8GT/?taken-by=vaskopetrov I also made this black and white version in Photoshop while editing the image I took. It's pretty cool and I might put… Continue reading “Living in a medicine chest”
Okay, so the idea for this blog was for me to be sharing most of what I'm doing. Unfortunatelly I got pretty busy at my university, but i'm done with that now. I finished all my exams and I can now focus more on gettin closer to becoming e better person. I'm now watching a… Continue reading What I’ve been up to?
With his saggy hamburgers, colossal clothespins and giant three-way plugs, Claes Oldenburg has been the reigning king of Pop sculpture since the early 1960s, back when New York was still truly gritty. In 1961 he rented a storefront, called it The Store, and stocked it with stuffed, crudely-painted forms resembling diner food, cheap clothing, and… Continue reading Art Inspiration: Claes Oldenburg