Shop Mobile More Submit  Join Login
The Great Manipulation by Yainderidoo The Great Manipulation by Yainderidoo
"Step into my World"

Micron pens (005) and walnut ink.
700 grams paper 29,7 x 42 cm

Look here for one turned upside down:
Add a Comment:
 
:icondeadnettlez:
DeadNettlez Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
I do so ever love the Constellation Triangles in the Middle, What happened to have you make these in this way?
Reply
:iconyainderidoo:
Yainderidoo Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013   Traditional Artist
Thanks for your interest Luke! I use those triangles to "see" "things". I often draw a lot of these triangles as a bunch, sometimes mingled with small circles. When I look at those bunches of drawn stuff, I "see" things in them and try to get them to the foreground so it's more definite. Sometimes a little shadow or a thicker line helps to uncover a face or whatever. If you are talking about constellations; look at the walnut ink coloured part at the bottom. There you can see the Pleiades and even a bulls head. (as in astrology pictures of constellations)
Sometimes those triangles become shards, just floating around. Almost the same technique I use with the "grassing technique" I explain here: [link]
And in this drawing "Innerme" [link] , you can see somewhat at the bottom the bigbrested woman with triangles over her skin. There where first a lot of triangles and small circles drawn in there and afterwards all is left to see is the skin of the woman. So it sometimes also gives a nice texture.
Does this answer explain your question?
Reply
:iconyainderidoo:
Yainderidoo Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2013   Traditional Artist
I forgot all about this detail picture of the "bigbrested" woman: [link] You can see the triangles in there.....
Reply
:iconyainderidoo:
Yainderidoo Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013   Traditional Artist
Btw in the "Innerme" drawing you can find the Pleiades AND Orion's belt also....:iconsparklesplz:
Reply
:icondeadnettlez:
DeadNettlez Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
what type of surface do you work on?
Reply
:iconyainderidoo:
Yainderidoo Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2012   Traditional Artist
Mostly on watercolourpapers if that is what you mean. This one was done on 700 grams white paper (almost cardboard) I have a board of 50 x 64 cm, which I lay on my lap and sit in my Stokke gravity chair and draw. That"s it. Thanks for faving Luke :hug::sun::iconsparklesplz:
Reply
:iconseraphuspage:
SeraphusPage Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2012   General Artist
Could stare at this forever trying to see all the small features I've missed!
Reply
:iconyainderidoo:
Yainderidoo Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2012   Traditional Artist
Forever is quite long? Hahaha....thanks....:iconbummiesplz:
Reply
:icondennisdonohue:
dennisdonohue Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Wow. I love seeing how much you have progressed! This is really well-done~!

:)
Reply
:iconyainderidoo:
Yainderidoo Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2012   Traditional Artist
Thank you Dennis. Although I don't know what to do with the llamas.....thanks....hahahaha. I'll never forget: Yggdrasil.....:iconsparklesplz:
Reply
:iconhop41:
Hop41 Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2012
Oh my gosh, some amazing dot shading. How many hours have you invested in this?

Do your images spontaneously emerge from the Tapestry of Rorschachery?
Reply
:iconyainderidoo:
Yainderidoo Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2012   Traditional Artist
Thank you David! I always forget how many hours? Many...
My images do emerge spontaneously, they are matters of the mind..."MindMatter"...pen on paper and there it goes....but what is the tapestry of rorschachery?
Reply
:iconhop41:
Hop41 Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2012
You've heard of Rorschach inkblots? Where the mind pulls patterns and images from random shapes?

Sometimes my mind pulls patterns from all the chaotic shapes that reside in textures. It is like someone has taken persian carpets, a variety of alphabets, native american rugs, stylized animal and plant shapes and put them all in a blender. Then this mix is painted onto the surface of every object in my visual field.

It gives all textures the look of a tapestry. I call this the Tapestry of Rorschachery.
Reply
:iconyainderidoo:
Yainderidoo Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2012   Traditional Artist
Aaaah....now I understand...yes I know them:eyepopping:...they where my favourites in tests ;-) Thanks for your insights.:thumbsup:
Reply
:iconasukirei:
Asukirei Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2012
Wow this is amazing, I really love you style. I can't wait to see more from you. :)
Reply
:iconyainderidoo:
Yainderidoo Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2012   Traditional Artist
Thank you :sun::iconsparklesplz:
Reply
:iconsanderjansen:
SanderJansen Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2012   Traditional Artist
Amazing piece of art! :D
Reply
:iconyainderidoo:
Yainderidoo Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2012   Traditional Artist
Thanks je. ( ;-) )
Reply
:iconsanderjansen:
SanderJansen Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2012   Traditional Artist
:D
Reply
:iconn-o-b:
N-o-B Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Amazing! You could probably put a pin in the center of this and spin it slowly while watching. It'd work well in any angle, I think. :D
Reply
:iconyainderidoo:
Yainderidoo Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2012   Traditional Artist
Thanks! And you are right !.....I actually thought something like that myself too.....but then in a frame. :sun:
Reply
:icondeadnettlez:
DeadNettlez Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
but what is the spaceship coming out of?
Reply
:iconyainderidoo:
Yainderidoo Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2012   Traditional Artist
What spaceship do you mean?
Reply
:iconjoseyjou:
joseyjou Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2012   General Artist
bloody brilliant!!!! love it :iconblueroseplz:
Reply
:iconyainderidoo:
Yainderidoo Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2012   Traditional Artist
Thanks!:iconbummy1::iconbummy2::iconbummy3:
Reply
Add a Comment:
 
×




Details

Submitted on
January 17, 2012
Image Size
3.2 MB
Resolution
3496×4933
Link
Thumb
Embed

Stats

Views
582
Favourites
19 (who?)
Comments
25
×