Queen of Technical Nonsense

April 2002
Graphite pencils on draft paper - A4
First there were her eyes, surrounded by a pure, indolent face.
Things started to swirl. A miscellany of intricate organic and mechanic pipes and wires filled up the space around, and i forgot about everything. I even forgot about gravity. But still...
there were her eyes, pure, indolent in the middle of technical nonsense.

Queen Of Technical Nonsense - detail


Oct. 11, 2009 2:35
I have no words to describe this paint... I inlove with it. I really admire ur job.
Greetings from Argentina.

Im a artist too but Ivent been painting since 4 years ago :-(
Apr. 8, 2009 17:33
I just cant work out how you draw hair like that.. Its brilliant!
Apr. 8, 2009 20:44
There can be various approaches. Mine was to consider the hair as an assemblage of strands, designed more like ribbons than flowing fluid ( though you could get a more realistic feeling with the latter ). I thought of them in 3D, making them behave like ... dancers ?
Apr. 7, 2009 17:57
Your work is just incredible. I doubt I could ever explain the feeling I have when I look at your work. You have inspired me so much with your amazing work
Feb. 12, 2008 16:52
J'ai un faible pour cette version noir et blanc. Ce léger sourire mystérieux, de même que la minutie du vêtement, sont captivants. Ainsi, on vient à en oublier l'absence de gravité! Félicitation!
Sep. 18, 2007 1:41
Beautiful! I really love this peice.