So i decided to kill my other blog. ill post some of my old images ant texts here… (dec, feb 2013)
After making my last drawn panorama I started a new one. actually i stared this one even before that, but at the time it was just a regular drawing that i decided to make as a panorama. That proved to be a mistake – I ended up needing to cover quite an area with doodles :) so its actually longer then a year that i am making this one pano. Obviously i don’t draw daily, its more like … monthly.. i got bored of it quite some time ago :) But only 2/6 of and area remains to be covered. so there is a light at the end of a tunnel … i think. Here Ill share 3 images. it’ll be general view an a close up.
drawn panorama I / work in progress. general view
drawn panorama II / work in progress. general view
drawn panorama III / Work in progress. close up.
So here it is, finally done. Its much bigger compared to my older attempts in making panoramas, so don’t forget to scroll for zooming in :) I started this illustration not thinking of panoramas, it was meant for something entirely else. Later on while drawing i thought why not to turn it in to panorama. I calculated the required size of an image way too late in a process, so i ended up with a huge image to fill up. one year later it was done. (naturally i didn’t draw it daily – i was bored of it quite a bit, so there where months of not drawing) for a bottom i used a collection of other small drawings and for a top i used one image that again was made for something entirely different. but here it is all stitched up.. So below you will find 3 fragments of panorama and clicking this link will actually take you to an interactive version.
all little things I
all little things II
all little things III
making of “all little things” drawn panorama
And this is a little making of “all little things”.. while drawing this panorama from time to time i would set up my camera and would make some shots, here they are combined together for a little time laps “video”
sadly i didn’t continued shooting all the time, and didn’t maintained composition.
some more shots:
work in progress:
So i decided to kill my other blog. ill post some of my old images ant texts here… (feb 2013)
For now its just loads of hands on a plane surface, but at the end that suppose to be a spherical panorama, that is if i manage to make it.
as you can see there are 3 peaces of paper in a picture, while in reality there are only two. the one on a left and right is the same picture moved and shot again, stitched in photoshop.
Here is a small update. more stitching and gluing done and we have another step towards all surrounding picture:
My second drawn panorama, this time lots of hands..
So, finally I am done. Done with the hands. for good. I hope…. :) I must admit I learned one or two things working on this piece, especially regarding anatomy of left hand. If you look hard you can find couple of right hands too but it was harder to draw sins I couldn’t just look at my hand for a reference and draw it at a same time :))) Actually you can find also one feet here and well two other things which will remain unnamed here :)
madness of hands
In general I can conclude that I am able to make spherical image. And this format is quite suited for such “mad” subjects as this one. The hard past is composition. Does it exist in interactive piece? how do you deal with it? These are the questions that are to be explored in next work. So we see how that goes :)
To see the interactive version just click on an image. After you are redirected to 360 cities website u click and drag (anywhere on a picture). To unleash the full madness left click and choose “little planet view” from a menu. then click and drag. have fun!
And it seems word press finally supports 360 images so lets have it here without embeds:
So i decided to kill my other blog. ill post some of my old images ant texts here…
So here it is, my first test of drawn pano. It wasn’t easy, but now I understand how things work. Next one will be much better :)
Sorry I have no ability to make it function directly in this blog post, so pardon me u have to click on image to actually see it.
Spherical panoramas are used by photographers to provide the viewers with the ability to move around the photograph rather than to view it from a fixed position. I used this technique for my drawings.