Friday, October 03, 2008

Illustration Friday: Sugary



A variable edition of 5 dry point prints made by drawing into Lexan plastic with a compass needle and a Dremel tool, then inking it up and running it through a press.




Two prints have additional chine colle work.




This was a yummy project with sweet results.

11 comments:

krisztina maros said...

fantastic and so original art! congratulations!

redcatdance said...

Köszönöm Krisztina!

So happy to hear from a Hungarian artist! I was raised by my Hungarian grandparents -I am half Hungarian - (can still speak but my reading and writing are very limited--sadly I was never taught this) and would love to visit Hungary in the next year or so. Can you point me in the direction of any websites for good Hungarian art and/or art and craft festivals or shows???
Also, any Hungarian artists I should check out?

--Katie aka Kati.

Connie said...

I so love your work, especially the line and I'm intrigued by the process; I'll have to go take a long wander around your site and see what you do.

aeneadellaluna said...

Hurray to hungary..I went to Budapest and it is awesome :) such a beautiful work :)

Timothy Hunt said...

Yummy! Congrats on your work. Fantastic!

Oliver Brackenbury said...

Looks lovely!

I also hope to see more astronauts in the future...

Paper Pictures said...

These are beautiful! I love the colors.

Nicky Linzey said...

Beautiful, I love your style. I particularly like the second one from the top.

ArtSparker said...

Beautiful and unusually sophisticated piece. Masterful line work

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