hmm something a little different, just finished my last assignment for the semester which was to photo document all my projects from the year. This one was my first and it about transformation, a buddhist monk's journey into enlightenment was the inspiration lol. Thought it would be cool to show something different, this is why I coudln't post anything on deviantart . anyway hope its interesting haha
about 21" high, 10" wide, casted plaster, bass wood, poplar (thin lumber), plexi glass. ugh this one was a bitch to complete I'll post close up later.
Inspired by the city of London, all 3,800 buildings are hand-made and spread accross 9 canvas's (16x12inch each).
Cities are loosing their identity. Years of styles, height and advances, remodelling skylines and homes. Destruction of the characterful old replaced with the shiney new. In 100 years if you walked through your home city, you will be an alien amongst familiarity.
My first deviation! I am not sure if it is in the right place. Please let me know if it could be better catagorized. An overview of the diorama of my character Chrys' library in 1:6 scale. Almost all of the books are hand made with tiny Post-It notes covered with various leathers, papers and craft trimmings with leafed edges. The bookcases are hand painted and gold leafed. The wallpaper is made from scrapbook paper, and the floor is stained. The rest of the accessories were purchased. Full view is highly recommended!
Íme a legújabb saját tervezésű makettem. Kb. 3 hónap munka volt vele, ugyanúgy, mint a többi, 1:200 -arányban, sima rajzpapírból készült (úgy emlékszek 200g-os volt), a színezést pedig vízfestékkel csináltam. Elég nehéz volt egyensúlyban tartani, ezt a lenti épületbe ékelt kavicsdarabbal oldottam meg, ami megtartja az épület tömegét. Volt vele munka rendesen...
Here’s my latest model. It took about 3 months to build it, like the other ones. It’s in a 1:200 scale and is made of a 200g/m2 paper. I painted it with watercolour. It was quite hard to get it to balance, that’s why I put a small stone in the lower building. There was a lot of work with it...a lot.