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What?

We ware asked to choose one artist from Mo’s Power Point “Introduction to drawing”, make research and find three drawings that interested us.

So what?

I started to look at Mo’s presentation and to see which image is interested me:

 

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Introduction to drawing (2014), Mo Lea, Presentation, BREO

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I choose a drawing by Luke Pearson:

Luke Pearson is illustrator, cartoonist and comic book artist from UK. He is also writer and artist of the all ages “Hilda” series of comics. He “produced work for clients such as The New York Times, Penguin Books, Random House, Simon & Schuster, The Guardian, Wired, Little White Lies Magazine, Preloaded, Channel 4, Radiolab, Weezer, First Second Books, Disney Television Animation and Cartoon Network” (Luke Pearson, http://lukepearson.com/info, Accessed 28 December 2014).

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Ideas,’ he said, ‘are not things. They are what you have instead of things. Instead of the good solid wood of this table. Instead of the water I know you crave.” (Luke Pearson, 2013, http://www.vam.ac.uk/users/node/18651, Accessed 28 December 2014).

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http://www.forbiddenplanet.co.uk/blog/2013/luke-pearsons-memory-palace/, Accessed 28 December 2014

The idea was to interpret and illustrate a piece of fiction by Hari Kunzru to create something of an immersive experience, the walk-in book taking place in a London hundreds of years into the future

Luke Pearson created a large scale expanded sequential illustration made up of a series of smaller drawings that are paced to reflect the movement of the prisoner between the interrogation room and his cell. Drawn speech moves between the inner dialogue of the prisoner and the conversation with his captor.

 

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I love how he developed this drawing. Basically he used different pattern and he create a nice illusion.

sample6-560x562This picture intrigue me because of the perspective view and because of the floor details. I love this one point perspective view and how he draw all wood details using different types of pattern.

Now what?

I will use this kind of pattern in my drawings and this illusion. I will adapt this in my design develop and I will try to use different textures.

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