Lazy Art II

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    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.

    An Artcast Experiment

    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.

    www.talenthouse.com/creativeinvites/show/winners/129

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