the faded nature of the drawing defintely works towards the atmosphere of the subject matter. So how do you plan to present these? Something that might be really cool is to do something, I don' know what, but something that makes them look older then they really are. Maybe a bit of coffee water stains? A small handful of dirt rubbed around the edges perhaps. Have em look like the kind of thing that was found in some basement under a pile of ancient text.
I don't think I'm going to age them...I actually just emailed Patrick Gyger to ask what they wanted us to do as far as framing...Are you going to have pieces in this Lovecraft show, Aeron? If so, what are you thinking about doing?
Yeah I'm doing a black and white digital piece that might end up being a triptych. It's going to be very detailed, filled with monsters, strange landscapes and bizarre architecture, and take me a loooonng time! I'll probably devote a large chunk of summer to it.
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