Saturday visual experimentation Part 5. Redo, Transform: Jocelyn

Recall:

Saturday visual experimentation Part 1

Saturday visual experimentation Part 2

Saturday visual experimentation Part 3

Saturday visual experimentation Part 4

As mentioned in part 1, I’m experimenting with using a pre-existing book as a journal.  I’m using: Tales of the Batman by Tim Sale.

Today’s original page (by Tim Sale):

On today’s re-done, transformed page, I began with a china marker portrait I did last fall if my muse, Jocelyn Louise.

Visual experimentation Part 4. Redo, Transform: ALTER #BATMAN

Recall:

Saturday visual experimentation Part 1

Saturday visual experimentation Part 2

Saturday visual experimentation Part 3

As mentioned in part 1, I’m experimenting with using a pre-existing book as a journal.  I’m using: Tales of the Batman by Tim Sale.

On today’s re-done, transformed page, I used black and white china marker and red acrylic and was inspired by Daniel Clowes.

Afterwards, I was treated to a scrumptious dinner from Darcy Glip!

Visual experimentation Part 3. Redo, Transform: White on Black

Recall:

Saturday visual experimentation Part 1

Saturday visual experimentation Part 2

As mentioned in part 1, I’m experimenting with using a pre-existing book as a journal.  I’m using: Tales of the Batman by Tim Sale.

On today’s re-done, transformed end paper, I’m using white china marker on black to research my graphic novel.

It’s hard to work when your cat keeps stealing your china markers.

Saturday visual experimentation Part 2. Redo, Transform f. @SleuthTheBand

Recall:

Saturday visual experimentation Part 1

As mentioned in part 1, I’m experimenting with using a pre-existing book as a journal.  I’m using: Tales of the Batman by Tim Sale.

On this re-done, transformed page, I celebrate my son’s band, SLEUTH, as they prepare to leave for NEW YORK CITY to appear at POP FEST 2012!

Original page.
China marker, acrylic, glitter.

Some more alteration:

Saturday visual experimentation. Redo. Transform.

I love transformation.

Seemingly subtle changes can make a dramatic difference.

I’m experimenting with using a pre-existing book as a journal.  Just sitting with the page, then transforming it without pre-conceived notions, can be very liberating.

I’m currently using: Tales of the Batman by Tim Sale.  Today I just used china marker on the shiny paper.  As I continue I’ll use collage, ink, paint, whatever!

Art doesn’t transform. It just plain forms.
Roy Lichtenstein