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Wednesday, March 11, 2020

The Wollmaus

Recently, I revisited the 'Wollmaus' character (a digitally Mickey Mouse parody painting I did two or three years ago) by creating a new large preliminary drawing and adding little details to it, like seams, creases and so forth. This very drawing will become the model for two acrylic paintings, one about 90x70cm and the other one about 200x150cm. The next steps then will be grounding the canvases and transferring the preliminary sketch onto them. I'm not sure if I'll do it freehand or via projection. Let's see ...
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