Directly from my current sketchbook. I don’t know if I’ll develop it further or if it’s going to turn into something more serious like a massive watercolor or whatnot. The point is that I draw rabbits because to me, they represent chaos. And chaos is the base of all things human. Am I right or it’s just Friday the 13th and Mercury is retrograde and my video renders seem endless…? Perhaps. In the meantime, here’s a sketch of rabbit and chairs. (Yes, I know, chairs? WTF?)
The myth of King Midas re-imagined on my sketchbook. Did I mention I love my yellow highlighter? One of the most important stationery inventions of modern times? I do.
I absolutely believe this is a scene from another dimension, one we can’t understand or even interpret. This might not be the full picture, just what our limited human senses can experience. No matter how much we can expand, our humanity sets our limitations. There are worlds which remain a mystery.
On a landing track, that’s it. This is a traveller, ready to leave, ready to go back. Either way, he’s not waiting, he’s taking action.
This is from #paintseptember, a hashtag where participants created artwork daily and share it on twitter.
I have a bunch of drawings from my time at film school. Many of them were drawn on coloured paper, and there is an explanation for that. In scriptwriting, there is a color code standard for the revisions or drafts. First draft is written on white paper; second draft goes on blue, third on pink. More colours follow the sequence: yellow, green, gold. In next posts you’ll see more coloured paper.
Most of these drawings were made “a la doodling”. That means that I was probably bored either in class or in a meeting. Sometimes I also draw when I have a break from other activities or when a video is rendering. It’s like playing or meditating, a way of liberation. Some of these drawings were the basis for other artwork however, the majority of them live quietly in a box. I hope posting them here makes them happy.