Monday, June 25, 2007

one more fish.



I've been out of town for the last couple of days. I'm embarrassed to tell that I forgot my sketchbook to city. So here's what I burned with aid of magnifying glass and sun on a piece of wood. I did plenty of these but most of them were just rubbish.

10 comments:

Richard Oud said...

Wow, that's actually really a creative sollution :) Love your fish drawings by the way..

Nathan Lindsay said...

hilarious. is there a better kind of wood for this over others?

GhettoFab said...

dood thats some crazy srtuff!!!! you have a steady hand

joonasjoonas said...

I found that birch bark works good when turned over. It's best if the wood is dark enough so that it doesn't reflect too much light back. Otherwise it will take a long time before you get anything burned. With birch bark there's still enough contrast between the burned line and wood surface.

Puga Vida said...

dood thats awesome!! It looks fun too!! that would be so cool for something like invitations. thats dope nicely done Joonas. I'll be doing one my self in the near future

Jörn G Punkt said...

Yeah, thats cool. And very ecologic.

sylv1K said...

très beau travail, bravo et bonne continuation!!

Goobeetsablog said...

wha?
art finds a way I guess.
excellent burned image.

Bobby Chiu said...

Awesome fish!

Mikko said...

Yes yes yes. Just don't burn your fingers. My crafts have recently mostly been confined to making pipes out of bamboo, clay and seashells, but maybe I should keep that to myself...