Lazy Art II
The other night I once again traded my Wacom tablet and Photoshop for a 1 square meter canvas and some random paints to create some more Lazy Art.
Ever since I started editing images in Photoshop, the images have been moving towards the abstract, in particular when I started mixed grunge textures and graffiti with portraits. So one day I decided to cut out the digital middle-man - bought a few canvases, paints, and plastered part of my apartment in plastic to create some lazy art.
What's more frustrating than painting a black stroke when in your head you know it should've been green? NOTHING!!! It would be cool if I could erase the mistakes like in Photoshop.
Lighting: Sunpak 383 in small Alzo softbox, with a wide DIY cardboard grid, angled down and positioned well in front of the Lazy Art, to the right of the camera.
Part of my (yes, winning) submission to (t)here magazine 1 Day of Art invites at Talenthouse.com, heading to a 24-hour art event in Copenhagen, Denmark on October 1st and 2nd, 2010.