8 Responses to Skizzenbuch | Hommage an Klimts “Danae”

  1. Beautiful drawing.

    You taught yourself???!!!

    Did you go to school for any of your other creative work? or you are all self taught?

    The pieces in your site are most stunning. Really enjoy all of them (among others, the kitty cat toy…where can I find it? )

  2. Thanks a lot to all of you!

    So nice to get such enouraging comments for ‘old’ work from my non-digital age. I started recently to work a bit more by hand and really enjoy it – I just recogniced the style is somewhat based on this. And I still really like her – and Klimt.

    Ginko: Yes, I more or less teached myself. I studied fashion design (which included a little bit of life class and fashion drawing), but ended up making clothes on models and with patterncutting (most of all based on ancient patterncutting, see my site) – after all, I desperately missed drawing but at the same time didn’t find it very useful for designing fashion, so I decided to become an illustrator… I’m better at teaching myself than at being taught, I have to make my own mistakes and kind of find my own way to do things. Later, I also teached fashion drawing and fashion illustration at my university for a year.

    Pauline (the sleepy kitty) will be available online as soon as I find time for getting the pattern right… if you’d like to receive a note when that happens, please let me know – or check this blog again…

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8 Responses to Skizzenbuch | Hommage an Klimts “Danae”

  1. Beautiful drawing.

    You taught yourself???!!!

    Did you go to school for any of your other creative work? or you are all self taught?

    The pieces in your site are most stunning. Really enjoy all of them (among others, the kitty cat toy…where can I find it? )

  2. Thanks a lot to all of you!

    So nice to get such enouraging comments for ‘old’ work from my non-digital age. I started recently to work a bit more by hand and really enjoy it – I just recogniced the style is somewhat based on this. And I still really like her – and Klimt.

    Ginko: Yes, I more or less teached myself. I studied fashion design (which included a little bit of life class and fashion drawing), but ended up making clothes on models and with patterncutting (most of all based on ancient patterncutting, see my site) – after all, I desperately missed drawing but at the same time didn’t find it very useful for designing fashion, so I decided to become an illustrator… I’m better at teaching myself than at being taught, I have to make my own mistakes and kind of find my own way to do things. Later, I also teached fashion drawing and fashion illustration at my university for a year.

    Pauline (the sleepy kitty) will be available online as soon as I find time for getting the pattern right… if you’d like to receive a note when that happens, please let me know – or check this blog again…

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