Donnerstag, 1. März 2007

My Left Hand


This is a live drawing of my left hand. I named it “My Left Hand”. Originally I intended to draw it with my left hand which kind of didn´t work because I wasn´t able to look at my left hand and perform the drawing at the same time. So I had to use my right hand. I used a Castel Pencil 9000 2H for it. I have to admit that I did some minor touch ups in Photoshop. I added a shadow to the hand to give it a more 3D-ish feeling. When I tried to apply the shadow next to the arm I didn't know how to do this because of the hair (Any comments?). I am quite happy with the result though. The clock represents our bodies' transitoriness. Life is not forever. We all know this but we never think of it. I got the inspiration for the drawing while listening to the soundtrack of “Letters from Iwo Jima” from Clint Eastwood (Track No 8, “Nearing the End”).

Kommentare:

Benjamin von Eckartsberg hat gesagt…

WOW, that was deep! Thanks for sharing the difficult, complicated progress and the hard choices you had to make to accomplish this masterpiece. :-)

rosa hat gesagt…

Se aprecia perfectamente la intención de mezclar la masculinidad y la niñez en un solo dibujo. La sombra interrumpida y el reloj estan para mi claramente en harmonia con el concepto del paso del tiempo y el envejecimiento. Que a su vey construye un puente con el tema arriba mencionado.
Simplemente fantastico!!!
Sigue asi Sikander!

rosa hat gesagt…

Hallo Leute!
Hier nochmal mein Komment auf deutsch! Wenn jemand an einer weiteren Übersetzung interessiert wäre, einfac sagen, ich mache es gerne! :) Viel Spaß beim lesen.

Man kann perfekt die Absicht des Autors erkennen, die Männlichkeit und die Kindheit in dieser Zeichnung zu kombinieren. Der unterbrochene Schatten und die Uhr sind für mich ganz und gar im Einklang mit dem Konzept der Zeit, des altwerden. Was wiederum sich mit dem ersten Konzept perfekt überbrücken lässt.
Einfach einzigartig!!!
Mach weiter so Sikander!

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Hans-Martin Lauer hat gesagt…

großartig!
Mehr davon!