Q&A with a real artist
Tuesday, May 17, 2005 | Author: Dav
Greetings!

Now most of you (the ones that know me) would know that I could not draw even if my life depended on it. Really. I cant. Not at all.

Anyway, as I was browsing the web a few months ago, I came across an amazing blog/webpage that had really cool, weird, intresting images. I put it in my fav list and went about my stuff. I'd check his blog on and off, and maybe drop a comment on an image that I really like, but thats about it. Oddly, the artist has always emailed me back saying thank you for the comment, and is uber polite (yeah thats always cool).

Today, I popped in his site and saw this amazing image of a marble statue (I think) and I just had to comment, and on top of that, I inquired on how he did his work (ie: what he used to get these amazing images out on the net) Below is his reply:


In general terms,
Most of the images were created using Adobe Photoshop, Maya 5.0. Bryce 5, and Painter 8 in one form or another. Essentially they are digital photo collages using mostly photos and textures that I record myself. These images have multiple layers of photos and textures, sometimes quite a number. An online Art and Poetry journal recently ran a feature on my work, if you are interested there is more about the way I work.



You can find that Art and Poetry Journal feature here.

You may also have a look at his Blog (where I first spied his work!) here: Invisible Notes

Hope you guys enjoy his work
(yes I know this was a long-ish post)

Dav out
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1 comments:

On 5:04 pm , Anonymous said...

omg nice davvie! Checked his site out and yeah, those images are really nice!
But don't post long stuff like this again... poor me gets tired easily, ok? ok! mkay.

Keep on bloggin' man
/Gib

 
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