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Fotograflar: Mehmet Turgut
Tasarim: Arda Aktas
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I've been watching a little too much of this and this lately.

I used some awesome freebie space vectors which don't seem to exist anywhere on the web. If anyone knows where they're from, let me know.

Edit 6/9/10: This poster was picked to be The Stranger's Poster of the Week! Whoopiee!
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Based on M. C. Escher's "Relativity."

I've taken some creative license with some places here and there, but it's basically the same as the drawing. If I end up with some free time in the future, I'm going to make the figures to go into it, but, as it's due tomorrow and my hands hurt from x-acto'ing matboard, I believe I'm going to leave it as is for now.
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Serie: "One, two, three!"

A. Z.
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The Tempest by William Shakespeare. Magician Prospero with Ariel (spirit of the wind) and other spirits.


A2 (not incuding blu passe-partout), watercolor, copic sketch, liners, golden and silver pens.

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this show was amazing! and i had the privilege of being part of it
yay cabaret
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Frank N. Furter's Floor Show Tutu

Draped skirt using remnants found in costume shop
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Uncivilized and in harmony with the land.

This is the concept for Tonto. Had some wild ideas for this remake.


btw, check me on twitter for the latest info [link]
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This is a scale model I have made at school. I have studied set design and this my concept design for George Orwell's 1984.

I have chosen George Orwell's dystopia "1984" for my thesis.

Scale model from a wide angle and lights on.
Enjoyy!
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1. Sculpting
2. Background and base coatings
3. Final Finishing
4. Lighting

This was a project in our first year at Theatre design. Myself and four others were set the task of turining Harmen Steenwyck's painting "Vanitas" into a 3D sculpture, to recreate what the artist was painting from.

We encountered some problems along the way, for example, the sword looked as if it was floating, we had to find a way to balance it to stay upright, also the painting was cheats, the book at the front wouldn't be able to be positioned as it is so we had to reinvent the shape of it to be positioned 'right' and to still have the shape of a book

Video showing round the sculpture
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