. size .
DIN A2. medium .
watercolours, coloured pencils, gel pen. time .
~50-60 hours. Between Day and Night .. The Day . [link]
| . The Human . [link]
| . complete series .
The second part of my <irony>oh-most-beloved</irony> "Facharbeit".
So this is the opposite to "The Day" - I thouroughly planned this whole conception and tried to express the contrast between the two pictures through colours, forms and posture. Anyway, I'll rant a little about this series' composition and my ideas behind it in the upcoming complete overview.
I had a lot of problems with this illustration's sketch, which really followed me around all the time - it was really frustrating. But it turned out well (thanks to a dear friend
) and even though the coloured version turned out differently from what I had originally planned (it's quite close to the colour concept I set up after "The Day" though), I'm... nearly satisfied with the result. xD
General information which I already posted at "The Day":
<copy&paste>My "Facharbeit" was about Art Nouveau's graphic art and painting in general and also linked to Alfons Mucha, whose style I absolutely adore
. Inspired by Mucha's "Times of the Day" and his somehow typical compositions with orbital ornaments I planned this series of illustrations consisting auf 3 pieces (of which the last one is not quite finished... unfortunately).
I wanted - or rather tried
- to do something different this time and left Manga style influences out as far as I was capable of (did I succeed? mh..).</copy&paste>
Again a big THANK YOU to all my friends who supported and encouraged me throughout all this time! You can't believe how grateful I am
What would I have done without you? ... right, I would have died a thousand times *rofl*
So thanks to
and my dear friends who aren't on dA - I love you all! <3