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    Thanks phillip, The website is my first little step, so no I haven't
    got around the galleries etc. yet, but will do, will do. [B]</p>

    I did do a projection installation of some the drawings for a multi art event
    in Copenhagen, but that's it, so it wasn't actually the drawings on display
    if that makes sense ...
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    whats the grid surface all about?
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    I'm presuming you're referring to the squares ...</p>

    When I first started out drawing, my sister suggested that I should
    shade the figures I was drawing, instead of "just"{ doing lines. She drew
    me a cup, and started to ad shading, through a text book cross hatching
    technique, to show me how I could create volume and mold the shape.
    It was through experimentation with this technique I developed this grid
    like texture, as you put it, composing the figure through an assemblage of
    numerable small squares, squares that are created through lines horizontal,
    vertical and on the diagonals, keeping the space between the lines minimal,
    which are more less visible. I thought it would be interesting to actually be able
    create a recognizable reality, through abstract markings. It was never my attempt
    to create an illusion, so to speak, to hide the squares, there visibility is more less
    by chance. I was also interested in escaping the dominant single line that we associate
    with drawings, so in a way, that the way I draw, has much in common with that of oil painting.
    I don't how you work yourself, but a lot of this is not as conscious as it seems
    or sounds, but is a becoming of "something" in the creative process.</p>

    I hope it makes a bit sense! [51]</p>
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    AZK's miniature for camel</p><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Verdana; font-size: 11px; white-space: pre-wrap; -webkit-border-horizontal-spacing: 2px; -webkit-border-vertical-spacing: 2px; "></span>

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    [quote user="Diego"]

    AZK's miniature for camel</p>[/quote]wow

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    goddam that's tight
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    [quote user="Diego"]

    AZK's miniature for camel</p>

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    WTS!! That is sweet! [87]
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    Awesome. Is it set up so the perspective is forced in that first shot or is in "true" perspective all around?

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    Thanks for the comments. Yes, the camel appears only from that exact angle.

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    wow, that set is amazing diego. can't wait to see the final product. good luck.
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    Diego. Beautiful beautiful work my man.</p>

    I am in awe. True baller for real!</p>
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    nice work from so many [64] inspiring thread. [51] </p>

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    /\ nice :-) the top one looks like jennifer connely.
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    inaya, those are beautiful!</P>


    i dont really do anything artistic other than writing for a norwegian magazin. and err its not that artistic. </P>


    i do take pics of hobos and junkies though. i find them very inspirational.</P>


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    Really lovely drawings, Inaya!</p>

    Your drawings are getting stronger and stronger.
    I like that you've somewhat changed your approach to hair, to a more
    'abstract' way. [51]</p>

    And welcome!
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    thanks so much everyone [:$][51] for the nice words on my work and the welcome. </p>

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    @ Faust - this is a portrait of a model named Amanda Laine who indeed resembles Jennifer a great deal... beautiful. [75]</p>

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    B.S. How do junkies and hobos inspire you? Do you aspire to become one or the other or both?
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    faust, the fact that im inspired by hobos doesnt mean that i hope to become one...</P>


    ..do you hope to become everything that inspires you?</P>


    i just find them to be very i dunno 'real'. they're not covered or hidden. i dont really know how to describe it. i just find them incredibly interesting. and they're easier to talk to. very fascinating. </P>

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    No, I am way past being inspired. I leave that to teenagers who talk out of their ass.
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    [quote user="B.S"]

    faust, the fact that im inspired by hobos doesnt mean that i hope to become one...</p>


    ..do you hope to become everything that inspires you?</p>


    i just find them to be very i dunno 'real'. they're not covered or hidden. i dont really know how to describe it. i just find them incredibly interesting. and they're easier to talk to. very fascinating. </p>

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    i love this quote. it reminds me of growing up in SF. where literally 4 out of 10 kids adopt a "hobo" look to hang out on haight st or elsewhere and just get high man.
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