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
I'm writing this a bit late, but oh well. CGI I ended up not doing anything really. I watched some tutorials. I had some ideas for head sculpts, but i didn't do them. Maybe this week. Sketches and Illustrations I drew a lot in the begining of the week. I feel like I'm getting better… Continue reading Week 2
Part 2 of the "Stripped" series. https://www.instagram.com/p/BgwnhxwBOGe/?taken-by=vaskopetrov
Last night I drew this on a piece of paper. It’s a self-portrait. I actually feel quite proud of it. I don't remember ever doing something like this, so it was a fun experience. I was focusing on my emotions a lot while looking at a picture of me. I was thinking of how much… Continue reading Self-Expository: A Question?