I am continuing to work on my latest series of paintings inspired by outer space ( you can see more At the Edge of a Galaxy) and this time I made some colorful satellites. You can see how I made them in short video above.
Here is a short video of working on a new painting called Stream of consciousness. My main goal for this piece was to add layers of hand written text and seamlessly blend them with patterns I usually draw. I'm happy with the final result and I'm looking forward to incorporating more text to my art.
Happy Wednesday everyone! Also, happy July! New month is here and with beginning of it I made a new painting. Seems I'm still in some sort of outer space period so this one is also inspired by cosmic events as few of my previous paintings are. This one is called Coming together, falling apart and I was inspired to do it after I read something about Giant-impact hypothesis. According to it Moon was formed out of debris left over from a collision of Earth and another planet cca 4.5 billion years ago. When I read that I thought how cool it would be to paint two planets colliding not because I wanted to illustrate that event but because planets seem like a good metaphor for lets say people or minds and this painting could also represent a collision or an intense confrontation between two persons or two minds. So, before I started working on the painting first I made some sketches that you can see below and as usual you can see the whole making of process in video above.
Hello there! I painted you a star. It's not an ordinary star, but it's a star nevertheless and I hope you like it. Watch video above to see the process of making it or take a peek below to see the finished painting.
Hello! Let me share something pink with you- a latest little painting called Pink bend. As you can see my painting is actually mostly blueish and kinda purple, but hey there is a nice curvy pink line sliding across it- hence the title. I started working on this piece last week hoping to finish it in one day but I got very busy and it took several days and several attempts to finish it (and also shoot and finish the work in progress video) but regardless of it I still managed to enjoy the process.