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Kongstrup Jættestue ("Kongsøhøv")

Graphics (Intaglio, Dry Point): From idea to print ("long read")

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"Two views of Kongsøhøv Passage Grave, Røsnæs, Denmark"
Dry Point (state 5), 2019, 24x18cm.

I am making a print similar to this watercolour, only using a real dolmen/passage grave as my model. In this post I will detail the complete process from idea to print. This post will be updated as the process evolves.

2019.10.09 14:40 in Graphics

Portrait: Hans Christian Kofoed (wip - state 11)

Painting/portrait: Layered painting method (wip)

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"Hans Christian Kofoed" (WIP - state 11).
Acrylics on manipulated paper. 2018- (wip). Around A3 size.

Note: This is still work-in-process (unfinished). Read on for process photos and information ...

2019.10.05 19:42 in Painting

Wayland from Uppåkra

Mixed/drawing: Reconstruction of millenium old masterpiece:

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Reconstruction/interpretation/paraphrase:
"Wayland the smith, with wings of own making."
Brooch or buckle found 2011. Lost at Uppåkra, Sweden, ca 900CE .
Permanent maker and pencil on paper. 2019. DIN A4.

Caution: Do not use this for your designs! This is my work, it is not a copy of the Uppåkra find. It is extremely similar, but some details are very different and unique to this drawing.

2019.09.19 22:49 in Mixed media

A brief comment on Archaeology

Mixed/drawing: concrete/non-figurative/conceptual

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"Fragments and markings, possibly of cultish nature (a.k.a. The Archaeological Record)"
Acrylics and permanent marker on manipulated paper, mounted on acrylics on paper. 2019. 42x30cm.

View large (colours on the photo are a bit darker than the real thing).

2019.09.14 15:35 in Mixed media

Bad bad watercolour, bad

Painting / watercolour: Practice/experiment (this is not a portrait).

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Untitled ("female face with a very long nose")
Watercolour practice / study. 2019. ~DIN A4 size

Bear with me for publishing this as it does indeed look "wrong". However, anatomically correctness or similarity to any person was not the purpose. This was painted upside-down inspired by a randomly selected reference photo (google search for "face" or similar) -- using no initial sketch and no outline nor any other types of help/aides/tools. I deliberately made it as hard to do as possible, save for using a blindfold and restricting my movement.

2019.09.14 14:43 in Painting

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