What I am working at

working with acrylics, work in progress

preparing backgrounds and transfers

Mainly I am working on more custom orders at the moment – there will be a couple of photos to share in the next days. But more interesting, in the evenings and during drying times, I continue with the lace project. The first prop is done, I started to make some transfers, text tests (see below at the left), and will start tonight with creating 12 background sheets for the book, on which the pages will get mounted. I am still insecure, though, whether I will bind the originals, or whether I will rather scan and print them. Will depend on how well the pages with the paint and transfers and whatnot will fold, I guess.

work in progress, mounting text

mounting text

Meine Hauptarbeit zur Zeit sind immernoch einige Kundenaufträge, die ich abarbeite. Aber abends, und während der Trockenzeiten, wenn gerade nichts anderes zu tun ist, bin ich mitten drin endlich mein Lace-Swapbuch fertig zu machen. Oben einige Hintergründe und Transfers – alles noch nur zur Proble – und links eine Schriftprobe (extra klein, damit noch nichts gelesen werden kann).

Ein erstes Versuchsbuch, mit Korrekturen und Hinweisen an mich selbst ist gerade fertig, heute Abend werde ich anfangen, Hintergründe zu malen, um dann in den nächsten Tagen den Vordergrund = Inhalt darauf zu platzieren, und dann endlich das ganze zwischen Deckel binden.

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7 Responses to What I am working at

  1. nauli says:

    Das sieht mal wieder nach einem ganz besonderen Projekt aus. Wir sind gespannt, wie das Ergebnis aussieht!

  2. Eleanor says:

    Wow…your craftmanship (craftwomanship? craftship?) is really impressive!

  3. Sri Maryanto says:

    Wow..
    Great Project…

  4. Missus D says:

    Is that your new lens at work?? Love the dreamy feel. Wanna see how it might work when high summer comes and the sun comes beating down on us, and then the lens produces hot, dreamy, sultry looking shots… just imagining…. :-)

  5. buechertiger says:

    Sri Mayanto, Missus D, I tried to comment on your blog. Blogger seems to be fighting me for a reason, unknown to me, and won’t let me leave a comment. No idea why. In any case, thank you for stopping by, and I had a look at your blogs: stunning work there, and always so interesting to see how others work!