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what liam said
BJÖRN HURRI | CONCEPT ARTIST & ILLUSTRATOR
MY PORTFOLIO | HURRICANES DAILY DOODLES '12
MY EXCLUSIVE SKETCHBOOK
VIKING: BATTLE FOR ASGARD
THE OTHER BROTHERS
this was all in the finished section but obviously must keep teh sketchbook updated!
this last semester i've been working on a sketchbook/workbook kind of dealio. i have since made printouts of each page and binded a mockup book. i still have the original physical pages but i'm holding off on binding them for the time being. some of the pages turned out nicely and i'm a little loathe to score them through the middle and fold them in half! (i never forsaw this dilemma when i was starting out)
the physical pages are 26x10" (or 13x10" folded) with work on both sides:
(the pages with the large ugly borders haven't been cut to size yet. the brown stuff is leftover from the mailing tape that was used to stretch each paper)
here's the mock book:
(roughly 8x6", printed on matte paper with epson k3 inks, traditional binding)
and finally the work... obviously, they aren't all winners. but overall i am pleased everything got done on time. i tried to have a certain progression in terms of media and style. media used for most of the pages was acrylic, graphite, pen and ink, and a little prismacolor. the paintings towards the end were done in acrylic and oil. handling the book itself is a nice feeling... like something you could buy at a store...
next term i promise more conceptarty/entertainmenty stuff!
pgs. 01-02 - b&w
pg. 03 - random1
pg. 04 - random2
pgs. 05-06 - parents
pg. 07 - workshop1
pg. 08 - workshop2
pgs. 09-10 - heart abstract
pg. 11 - wash1
pg. 12 - wash2
pgs. 13-14 - heartface
pg. 15 - cutesy1
pg. 16 - cutesy2
pgs. 17-18 - color sketches
pg. 19 - sweet dreams
pg. 20 - cameron
pgs. 21-22 - kids
pg. 23 - doublekate
pg. 24 - nerd
pgs. 25-26 - flatface
pg. 27 - horizontal
pg. 28 - afraid.jpg
pgs. 29-30 - dinoattack
pg. 31 - rottenlunchbox
pg. 32 - heart insertion
pgs. 33-34 - raincloud girl
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pg. 35 - oldman
pg. 36 - mychildren
pgs. 37-38 - tubes
pg. 39 - skullsunrise
pg. 40 - razorbladegirl
pgs. 41-42 - julie
pg. 43 - hoodie
pg. 44 - stepdad
pgs. 45-46 - three
pg. 47 - skye
pg. 48 - karen
pgs. 49-50 - prone
NO ONE'S COMMENTED ON THESE?! wow.
i love the "three" picture, again. the values are so subtle, yet so impactful. do you goto an art school, or went to one? i'm interested in your background.
keep it up-
ok, im subscribing to your thread. the peices are outstanding. what imorrality. what twisted, sick dementia, tranmitted through the bodies of very well crafted, articulate subjects and from the strokes of vey adept near masterful fingers. you have a natural gift, if not one procured through a disgustingly extreme span of study. most remarkable. keep up this grand work here.
woops, well a late reply is better than none.Originally Posted by Oddsdo you goto an art school, or went to one?
i go to artcenter, going into my 6th term w/ nary a solidified 'style' in sight! woot...
These are fekking insane. I love them!
wow every now and then i find a sketchbook that reminds me to push the boundaries more in my personal work.. this would be another one fo those.. thanks for posting these, i really enjoyed most of it.. what range!
oh, now you have me curious about bookbinding, it may be something i take up in the future.. what kind of materials are used in the creation of a custom book liek that?
i took a workshop that let me buy a little kit with everything i needed. you should be able to google it up and get some decent instructions and materials lists and such.
and here's another picture~
i think i'll go to the public library and find some instructional books.. thanks
excellent work man. Keep with the life drawing. Hey ur anatomy proffesor isn't sean dangaren is it? he teaches the same same way, all gesture based and ur drawings look like they are from a cal arts life drawing student
trevor: hiya trevor, are you still rocking the um, rock?
vances: hehe haven't touched life drawing since 3rd term (going on 6). not familiar with sean dangaren. lot of the life drawings here are experimental fun things i like to do... real life drawing (for me) looks a whole lot different and i'm generally not too good at it .
hypocalvin: the shirt is something every kato student has to do so i'm sure you've seen that kinda thing if you been on campus at all.
Wonderful eye candy
man..I remember when you posted alot of these images way back..I had no idea you had a sketchbook here. I love everything, and especially your fearlessness...Great to see such experimentation done tastefully. I especially love the abstracts in your sketchbook. rawk awn brutha
Dude, this stuff is sweet ! Keep postin.
I love the lighting in some of your charcoal study anatomy work and you have a diverse range in style and media. Would like to see more mech and technical stuff though
ya me too! i keep telling myself i need to do more of that kinda thing but invariably draw little emo kids and whatnot. here's to the new year and robots and babes and guns~~~Originally Posted by WARHEADDude, Would like to see more mech and technical stuff though
WTF. OMG. COOL. .-.; That was my first thought seeing the images. O_o; Yea. it's a space waster post wanting you to post more.
It's something that I really want to do with my next sketch book that I have... ^_^;;;; Make eye candy pages. Now I want to experiment with different mediums. :swt:
I really like your stuff. And by like i mean i'm in fucking love!
Awesome stuff, i'm amazed how there is so few replies here. Please post more
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Love your work, a lot of imagination. And i defenatly like that shirt. It's absolutleu great.
Check put my schetchbook if you please
Steve = Artistic Genius Of Our Time.. or.. AGOOT!
"Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies, in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed, The world in arms is not a way of life at all, in any true sense. Under the cloud of threatening war, it is humanity hanging from an iron cross."
...I have a sketchbook?
bookmarked, bookmarked hard.
really liking your painting skills.