I have been doing the last finishing touches on some new drawings and decided I needed to take a step back and see what they will look like as a finished object. But printing out a proof in the size I want would be rather costly, especially since ideally these drawings should be mounted on aluminium and perspex for a high quality long-lasting finish.

Thankfully there is an alternative way to see artwork hung up on walls in various spaces. And here are a few of my favorite recent experiments. I think putting the drawings into a context brings out their strengths and weaknesses and helps understand how one or the other image would fit into a certain space. I don’t know how about you but I think these look amazing and make me want to have that kind of home with those artworks hanging on all the walls!

This little exercise has helped me get a perspective on the work I have done over the past few months; to weed out the images that are just not good enough and decide how much colour is ‘too much’ in any given case.

In my next post I will talk more about the ‘too much colour’ problem and about my drawing process in general.

 

grupmy-cat-in-beige-livingroom

brow-bedroom

courthouse-in-mad-room

stone-wall-bedroom-bali

image sources:
http://www.drtylndry.com/author/marygreentree/page/10/
http://www.home-designing.com/2013/01/the-brilliant-design-work-of-uglyanitsa-alexander

20 Cozy Rustic Inspired Interiors

http://www.dezeen.com/2013/09/03/moustache/
http://www.mrpri.com

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