Monday, 31 December 2007


This was done for Geometry class. Not a good photo as I had to take it through glass. We had to take a painting with clear perspective and remake it, shifting its space in some way. I chose this Vermeer and painted it from a 90 degree viewpoint.

Sunday, 30 December 2007


These are three yet unretouched versions of pages from a so-called calendar that we had to make last year (at school). All we had to do was make abstract representations of the twelve months. Actually I scanned these montages that I made from pages of an old stock photography catalog called Taxi (I think it's from Getty Images). As I told before I somehow love paper montage even though it might look somewhat childish, amateurish or simply old-fashioned. Once scanned and printed, they look more polished than viewed in reality. The above representations are January, February and October, respectively. In October 1956 we had a revolution here in Hungary, that's why I didn't make this month into a simple Autumn scene but made it a bit more stressful and more warlike. Otherwise I simply made compositions in color and line (the edges) that made me feel the flair of the respective months.

Sunday, 16 December 2007

Spoon III

After the marks we had to make illustrations about the chosen object.

Spoon II

After having made the realistic drawing we had to abstract the image and create logos or marks out of it.

Spoon I

Again, a school assignment: Everybody had to choose some object for him/herself and make a realistic drawing or painting of it. This one was executed in acrylics.

Saturday, 15 December 2007


Sorry for not posting for such a long time. Besides having a lot to do, lately I simply didn't have access to my blog. But now I'm back and will start posting again.