Ok, it was right about time to make this blog look like it is an artist's blog, right ? So here it is... Yes, I'm capable to work a little bit with CSS and HTML coding + Dreamweaver is one of the programs I had my hands on while making FOQS studio as well... But the thing is, anyone can play with html scripts. It's not some kind of magic or smth. And I'm not some supermegabumbastic programer either :) what I did here is more about designing and editing I think.
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Now, a little bit about the title illustration:
I wanted to make my blog title to look more artistic than before and install some kind of illustration for representation. I won't dilate about the philosophic things and main idea (I guess everybody will judge it by their own mentality anyway)... The thing was, I wasn't quite sure about what kind of accomplishment would work for me at first, so I had a little time and 3 work-in-progress breaks to estimate things.
here's a sneak-peek:
also, snapshots of the background which remainds me of some kind of stylised decoration from the rococo, Victorian era ( ♥ ). I guess it must be an influence from M.Mignola's graphic novels. Boy, do I love his artwork...
I also decided to develop this drawing into a poster. It'll be a high rez A2 or A3 pic. If it'll look good I'll make it awailable for a print. we'll see about that. Meanwhile, I'm getting back to studies whitch is just killing me.
Everyday I'm having life drawing studies (5d a week minimum). Some might say it's quite a boredom. But hey, nothing comes easy, right? On the other hand, it is a luxury to have some half-naked / naked models. So, me and my mates here are drawing till our noses start to bleed.
Here's a snapshot of some little copic marker sketches I brought from the studio yesterday.