Category Archives: Wip

Nuestra & Tomaas work in progress

It looks like one of my favorite artists, Nuestra (Januz Miralles) is working together with Tomaas for a well known band. I could not understand exactly what this work is for, but from the few work in progress pictures I found on Nuestra’s Cargo page, I can tell the results so far are really intriguing. Can’t wait to see the final outcome.

 

Nuestra, Tomaas, photography, paint, dark, art, obscure

 

Nuestra, Tomaas, photography, paint, dark, art, obscure

 

Nuestra, Tomaas, photography, paint, dark, art, obscure

 

Nuestra, Tomaas, photography, paint, dark, art, obscure

 

Nuestra, Tomaas, photography, paint, dark, art, obscure

 

Nuestra, Tomaas, photography, paint, dark, art, obscure

Making of Fade in Greys video by Eva Van Oosten

Here is another wip / making of post, and this time we have a nice video documenting the making of “Fade in Greys” picture by Eva Van Ooosten. Watch it and check her Facebook page to be up to date with Eva’s stunning work.

I also remember you that, on Reflectedfaith shop you can find a couple of lovely postacard sets and an amazing small framed print by Eva.

 

Daria Endresen – “Distant shore” making of

Daria Endresen recently posted a “behind the scenes” article on her blog. On the post she explains some details about the making of her image “Distant shores” together with some pictures of herself working on the props, adjusting the model’s costume and the original location of the shot.

Here you can see the final image and some of the WIP pics. Enjoy!

 

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Daria Endresen, art, digital, photography, photomanipulation, obscure

Daria Endresen, art, digital, photography, photomanipulation, obscure

Daria Endresen, art, digital, photography, photomanipulation, obscure

Daria Endresen, art, digital, photography, photomanipulation, obscure

 

Check the post blog by Daria here

images © Daria Endresen

Ruben Ireland work in progress

I have been always interested in the creation process behind art pieces. Some say that knowing how a paint or a picture is made, is a way to remove the magic. Being an inquiring person, unfortunately I can’t help to check every “work in progress” picture I find or to watch “behind the scenes” videos. So I decided to add a new category on the blog that will be called “Wip”. And what a better way to start than to repost this short but really interesting video of Ruben Ireland working on one of his pieces? Enjoy!

 

 

 

 

 


 

Ruben Ireland on Society6