Wednesday, January 17, 2007

psychedit

This is a drawing that I photocopied onto a sheet of stickers, then rearranged the stickers and drew on it to hide the joins, photocopying it a few times more along the way.

5 comments:

Noah Berlatsky said...

This is great. You don't have a picture of the original drawing, do you? It'd be neat to see before and after pix....

aeron said...

I can almost identify a vast network of mazelike corridors passing like veins across the surface of this picture.

Goblinko said...

Fun stuff! What sort of pens/markers do you usually draw with? Me, i use the Sharpie Extra Fine Point. Cheap, nice line, permanent, water resistant, you can find them in the grocery store if you need to.

zeke said...

thanks!,I'll try and post the 'before' drawing next time I get to a scanner. I like to use rotring isograph pens best, they're technical pens really I guess but I like the scratchiness of them, what are sharpie pens?

Goblinko said...

I could never get into the isograph type pens, although i had to do hundreds of archaeological drawings with them. Anyhow Sharpies are permanent markers that come in a bunch of sizes. They're made by Sanford.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sharpie_(marker)
I sent off your zines by the way.