Generally if I share a picture I write something bout it. So there you may see some of my comments.
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And now I am glad to show the new tetrahedron. This time I drew attention to scales.
It may be turtle or iguana or crocodile scales as well as gragon ones. Imust say the this time it took me quite much time and, of course, more time than usual. Let me think... Aproximately, I was painting this during 3 hours. Though, going to paint I realized it wouldn’t be like a little walk with a pink pudel. All this small scales, every should be painted. And this is what atracted me. Isn’t it interesting so many details? Usualy while painting I feel lack details. I have to make them up to watch the nature carelesly to rich my painting. This time everything is different. I have plenty of detils but I should keep my work all-of-a-piece...
The tetrahedron itself you may see in the Gallery. Here is the video process.
- Listening to: Silence
- Reading: My own blog
- Watching: The computer monitor
- Playing: Nothing
- Eating: Actually, I want to sleep extremelly
The tetrahedrons links:
The Polyethylene Tetrahedron
The Watermelon Tetrahedron
The Amber Tetrahedron
The Golden Tetrahedron
The Fur Tetrahedron
And videos for your attention!:
- Listening to: The music for free using
- Reading: My own notes correcting them
- Watching: My own videos rendering
- Playing: Nyan cat!
- Eating: I wanna eat!
Why have I done it? The thing is many years ago, when I bought a painting tablet, I had much difficulties, starting a DG painting practice. I still remember that sad feeling. The thing that helped me was painting tutorials. So now, remembering this, I would like to share my little knowledge with all of you. Perhaps, the video tutorials might be helpful
- Listening to: PREMIATA FORNERIA MARCONI
- Watching: The Mighty Boosh
- Playing: Nothing paticular
- Eating: Some nice chocolate
- Drinking: tea with litle pink hearts
- Listening to: The Bottle Rocket ( the movie)
“I was going to have cosmetic surgery until I noticed that the doctor's office was full of portraits by Picasso.” Rita Rudner
It’s a little bit strange to start my blog with this kind of thought. However, it's made me laugh so hard that I, at last, decided to write something here. As a matter of fact, for several days, I thought about what to say in my first post; but nothing except this suited me.
Is a journal like a diary? Or, is it something else unexpectedly?
I don’t know yet. Very well so far, keep it on! ^_^