3302 Atkins-Exhibition 3302 Professional


Meeting my friends in studio 9 to discuss on an exhibition, to express my emotions through art organized by Jasmine and Cat at Atkins-gallery, Hinckley the very building I recently saw during my studies next door at North-Warwickshire college, lower bond street. Before attending I must craft any small sculptural models, focusing on what give artists the need of love to create deep within our inspirations. Childhood memories could be a critical sense of seeing what we seen like festival events of Carnevale di Venezia/Carnival in Venice, Italy where people wearing masks for an identical feeling of fun/joy blending native-spirits of animals as were symbolism of childhood-arts like when I’d first played with blu-tac and crafted many figures of James-Cameron’s Avatar.

Are You Ready For Avatar 2? - movies
Great Leonopteryx | Pandorapedia: The Official Guide to Pandora
Sol 《Thanator》 | Wiki | Avatar Community (Movie) Amino
Pin on coco
  • Shown by wonderful characteristics of doodle-arts
  • Absorbing Carnival of Venice masks helps me to craft five masks of my chosen animal carvings, decorated in festive materials of fabric-scheme
Carnival of Venice - Wikipedia
The Masks of the Carnival of Venice - eDreams Travel Blog
An online guide to Venice Carnival
  • Using handmade talents of cutting, shaping and decorated in doodle-painting giving them a perspective style of identical mysteries but with festival expression
  • Carefully manipulate my resources of chicken-wiring, wrapped in modroc making them strong without breaking apart
  • Happy with my mask results I’ve used mix-media arts to adapt by Carnevale di Venezia influence
  • Carving my Navi mask as a spiritual appearance

Navi-Mask: 27cm x 49cm

  • Eagle-mask gives people freedom/liberty from doubt/fear
  • Referred to be apex-predator of the skies to decorated in festive-arts

Eagle-Mask: 25cm x 27cm

  • Shaping my jaguar identity into Pepita’s appearance from Disney’s Coco focused on Mexico’s Day of the Dead.

Jaguar/Pepita-mask: 27cm x 26cm

  • Forging my snake-mask from a serpent-spirit of showing cunning/ambition of gathering resources for my creativity of hybrids

Snake-mask: 22cm x 28cm

  • Building a wolf-mask telling it’s symbolism of loyalty, teamwork, protection, wildness, kinship and freedom
  • Related to dog-family
  • Active-predator by night

Wolf Mask: 32cm x 29cm

Title Native/Venice animal masks

Arriving in Atkins gallery-lower bond street, Hinckley to deliver artworks safety there. Sorting my five masks into finding a perfect wall-space mounting them into place to express joy/happy feelings from festival-arts and spiritual-animal combinations.

  • Taken an opportunity of exploring Atkins gallery-rooms, to select my chosen-space to positioned my native-masks via gallery-hooks and attached strings
  • Mounted onto walls to view my masks aesthetic style of festival inspirations while spreading joy and dig deep our characteristic beliefs in animal-presence
  • Furthermore checking my five masks in perfect conditions without falling off the galleries wall amongst my friends work mounted as well

3302 Professional

3302 Professional

Starting my year 3 professional-studies, organizing exhibitions in Leicester-city to attend public-events for showcasing artworks due to their selective subject/genre. Using my year 2 models of “Doodle Hybrids” after tided up any white-gaps in doodle-painting and varnish them in shiny results.

Transported by car is tricky but with support we safely positioned any light weight models via strings. Bringing me to New-Walk Museum for the upcoming Open 32-The People’s Exhibition, because an artist who is current students or old can develop their own artwork in all mix-media categories most mounted on gallery-walls while others are displayed in glass-boxes including my doodle hybrids.

  • Arriving at New Walk Museum with my models to sign up and deliver for the shows preparation
  • Bringing my replica of Disney’s Coco to my mentor who is fascinated by Peptia’s beauty in aesthetic doodles as he is flying in the Land of the Dead during Mexico’s festival event

Here is my CV of how my motivation of creativity which lead me an opportunity of a journey into becoming an artist, how can I adapt to my modeling-scheme within Sculpture/Visual-Arts career, grades I’ve achieve my colleges including my current studies at DMU and to organize my exhibiting only in Crits but in public spaces of a Degree-Show.

Continuing my large-scale models of alpha beast staring each as rivals, which as led me to attend the Open Exhibition due to:

  • Winning a reward of scholarship to Two Queens gallery for their judging of my model’s Egyptian-Beetle
  • Begin a quick tour around the gallery where various themes of creativity are mounted
  • Express on our artworks could change the lifes for young-generations
  • Most of these portraits are letting our imaginations roam free in these gallery-corridors
  • Viewing onto these paintings mounted on studio-walls showing a perspective form into self-portraits with a face with three eyes
  • Some of them have dark-influence like two halves of Venom/Carnage similar to having split-personalities while been divine by their unhinged-balance if pitted against positive-energy.
  • Quick idea of crafting my own masks from blended culture in Venice, Italy focusing it’s influence on Carnevale di Venezia

Looking at my next path into DMU was apply for Fine-Art masters, once I’d graduated or sign-in would help me to extend my sculptural talents to achieve much greater things as if I’m becoming a very soul in worlds of arts. Throughout my creation of mix-media monsters of my primary motive into large-scale and a proposal of building up a theater inspiration of storytelling.

3302 Contextual

3302 Contextual-Studies 2

Continuing my contextual-research with another set of practitioners, studying onto “Becoming-Animal” like we are in their presence of what we feel so different as we are unique or dangerous.

Researching on Jane-Alexander, one of the most important artists in contemporary-arts enables her critical-facts into South-Africa’s reputation and spread within international-recognitions. Shares on how her artwork can express our reactions if we face our deepest-fears of mutilated forms and used to absorb her influence in my methods of dark-hybrids

  • Born in Johannesburg/South-Africa
  • Expert on mutilated/exposed skin textures
  • Key-Elements of Alexander’s genre-horror
  • Created figures in plaster then cast in fiberglass before completed in oil-paint
  • Her techniques figurative-sculptural, installation, tableaux and photomontages
  • Responded in both political and social environment
  • Prized models of Butcher Boy’s 1985-6
  • Primary theories of Xenohabilzoophobia

Jane Alexander, Bom Boys (detail), 1998, fiberglas sculptures, found  clothing and fiberboard squares, dimens… | South african art, South african  artists, Art theory
Surveys (from the Cape of Good Hope) – The Georgia Review
Gr 12 T2 W3 Visual Arts | WCED ePortal

From Alexander’s key elements in her art-genre of horror when she is a current student at University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, when involves in shaping within exposed/mutation textures like viewing on her masterpiece called Butcher Boys been exhibited into South African National Gallery’s collection 1985-6.

  • Her three-models sitting on a bench referred as “Watchmen”
  • Mixed development of mutilated artworks of Bom-Boys 1998 to exploring vulnerability of children’s deep-fears
  • Drives them to wear animal-masks like hoods as our dark-reflections
  • Personalities of mixing with deformed-tissues

Reading David-Altmejd’s research of studying onto various resources of heady mix of magic/science:

  • Meant to build up conditions of mixed bodies of twisted states of inside-out appearance particularity head-pieces
  • Examining on Sci-Fi/Gothic-Romanticism
  • Meant into post-apocalyptic theories
  • Reflection of horrific-effects of skin-transfiguration
  • Focusing onto crude-expressionism piecing together fur/mass-produce
  • Several-limbs of inhuman DNA and infused with animal-textures
Portfolio of Kordansky David
David Altmejd | David altmejd, 3d art sculpture, Art
David Altmejd at the Brant Foundation Art Study Center - artnet Magazine

  • These criticise his primary-source of twisted appearances, even being aware of people’s reactions on mutated-development
  • Built on related evidence of Labyrinthine/Plexiglas mentioned as mirror-elements
  • Multiple-stages of evolution to affect on plaster heads are rare methods of orthogonal theories or illusion-arts

Elvira-Carrasco’s work is focused on dazzling-paintings covering her models in doodle-arts, because I did the same method on my “Elemental-Beasts” in term 1:

  • Captures her own image to be self-knowledge within representation of her needs of colour-schemes
  • Critical-leads into contemporary-arts, “FACES-PROJECT”/”Body-Art
  • Mostly a source of light-colours, psyche, human-soul, shocking/saturated and explosive
  • Cultural-expressions of digging up Mediterranean-roots
  • Best known for multi-layer effects in liquid-patterning
  • Perfect symbiosis between realism/abstraction

Elvira Carrasco : contemporary Spanish Painter, Photographer, Sculptor -  SINGULART
Elvira Carrasco | Purple dimension (2021) | Feria Art Madrid'22
Elvira Carrasco | Bull Terrier Gaga (2021) | Available for Sale | Artsy
Elvira Carrasco | Cocodrilo Color (2021) | Available for Sale | Artsy

Searching for Sayana-Ganz who is an expert on Japanese-carving, mostly her work are focused on putting household-plastics referred as jigsaw methods to create multiple animal-forms in a directive state of movement/self-awareness.

Ganz can manipulate/assemble these beautiful-models together, she is using a similar technique of brushstroke-scheme by Van-Gogh and a response to three-dimensional in her latest-exhibition called “Reclaimed-Creations”

  • Shaping energy/harmony from old-plastics objects
  • Acts like a message of hope
  • Raised under Japanese-Philosophy of Shinto, believe of reused-objects have spirit/soul
  • Gathers in previously-used/discard plastics, transfigures them into wonders of animal-forms

Critical-facts on Ganz’s motivation:

Reviewing her methods are like a puzzle, keeps in check of what pieces were properly assigned after Ganz originated her talents at kindergarten.

Sayana-Ganz’s weblinks:

3301 Fine-Arts/Taxidermy 3301 Practical-Sculpture arts

3301 Origins of Taxidermy-Art

Finding out animals being in our presence was mainly found in zoos or even in wildlife, but for others were used in art reveals a dark-secret of Taxidermy, it’s a cruel method of poachers to hunt endangered animals for sport. After being captured or killed they are manufactured as stuffed models like living-trophies, been mounted on walls, displaying plinths in galleries and private museums.

TalkAboutIt: Five things you may not have known about taxidermy - ABC News
Taxidermy - this hobby is dead cool | The Independent | The Independent

By searching for the truth of these figures used as prized artworks, normally it could be a negative influence of used from taxidermist techniques via skinning, carving and manipulated their own pattern materials. At my investigation of building my own creations as a positive motivation when shaping with plaster, also for mix media painting into doodle development.

Taxidermy Comes Alive! On the Web, the Silver Screen, and in Your Living  Room | Collectors Weekly,and%20burying%20them%20in%20tombs.

UK ministers accused of 'dithering' as trophy hunting law delayed again |  Wildlife | The Guardian
Mounted Taxidermy Scottish Red Deer Head - Georgian Antiques

Searching for answers about this cruel method in animal skin patterning, was digging deep into origins of mummifying the deceased as the very source of Egyptian influence. Almost like my identical technique of shaping into assembling my wooden skeletal figures and wrapping in plaster arts, very first taxidermists were making these samples of dead figures as well of living replicas. It all started in Egyptian era of 2200 BC, were to develop these early preservation from injections, spices, oils and many sorts of resources. This lead me to dig in their roots of these old models buried in ancient tombs, such purpose of creating their existence through art even in death as a similar form of shaping a balance of life.

The History of Taxidermy - Kodiak Bones and Bugs Taxidermy
Animal mummy - Wikipedia
Researching Animal Mummies | National Museums Liverpool

Over time in Victorian times, taxidermy became a popular form of sculptural development for British Taxidermists as do most European scientists would examine them otherwise like never seem to give feedback to audience were only to view in private events. But these studies are very strict by the law which includes illegal killing of certain or exotic animals, often to being mislead by negative doubts when threating wildlife as if also meant on mounting them as trophies. Shown by their true motive of crafting them not just for sculpturing but also a quality of extending their artistic ability of modern materials used by fashionable means to showcasing them in public events or mounted in galleries.

At my theory to clarify this evidence of animal reproduction through Taxidermy, are only to adapt with their original purpose of manipulating inner bodies used by mixed media arts and of course molded by plaster resources to reach bigger heights during my term 2 planning of Elemental-Beasts phase 2.

Classical styles

Methods in Netsuke modeling

My early preparations during summer has lead me to sketch up new ideas of modeling diagrams in a more larger scale, like turning a normal object into something mysterious but huge beyond anything then I could ever produce in three dimensional. Primary method into large structures were searching for answers on Japanese influence into various hybrids or monsters known in their own culture, as they were told in stories, ancient artifacts and folklore tales of what could inspire me to develop new diagrams of planning with my next resources of wooden carving and blending with two materials I mostly used in last years Doodle hybrids.

New technique of large-scale netsuke experimentation:

  • Start of plan on my own diagrams of shaping regular animals into unseen Japanese monsters
  • Investigate on new artists of Niki de Saint Phalle and Auguste Forestier
  • Practice on doodle sculpting in skeletal wooden figures and combine with various materials used in handmade
  • Study on Netsukes/Pokémon influence into my own model’s details
  • Manipulate with chicken wires and fabric-hessian dips in plaster
  • Work on prototypes towards my masterpiece for exhibition near Christmas and Degree show- end of term 3

Evidence on large scale methods:

Rice Straw Sculptures in Japan Turn Farming Debris into Art
Rice Straw Animal Sculptures from the 2017 Wara Art Festival | Spoon &  Tamago

These are the early works in wooden straws that meant to resemble a lion and gorilla, which it said to have mentioned in many different forms of animals as Japanese would describe them as kaiju or in translation giant monsters and it had filled my inspiration of building my year 3 models in such big scales.

Mostly to resemble a replica of my chosen monster that comes from different periods or cultures meant to examine on their legacy of being gods among mankind like some creatures of Pokemon were legendary like noting we ever heard or seen in our world and monsters I’ve remember from childhood which are brought into the realty of Monster-verse films via Godzilla and Kong universes.

For my term 1 project to take effect I started to craft my first prototype form of a wooden skeleton as if this method could be identical shape of the Trojan-horse. Giving my model’s appearance of a lion while drawing my blueprints in sketchbook of what I’d gathered in resources of plaster equipment and put them all together to make a perfection of a fiery-power replica of Solgaleo.

Method in Netsuke diagram of my prototype: Blazing-Solgaleo:

After finishing my prototype I begin to make a second alpha of the gorilla, which shows me a reflection to a childhood celestial titan called King-Kong like throughout his battles with ancient monsters like all kinds of predators even rivals whom to had crossed paths once. That I do the same in plaster with an added marble eyes, followed with doodle colouring to my Grillaboom figure in a jungle habitat next to his arch-rival’s home-turf of ignited flame desert with Blazing-Solgaleo.

Using Petrit Halilaj’s knowledge of visual stage arts, I’d crafted several props of two half’s of both fiery desert and blossoming rainforest and at wherever they roam across lands or regions their elemental powers would spread as they walked on the very earth humans felt in their presence.

Term 2 development of Elemental-beasts phase 2-Nighttime theme leading to the path of the Degree-Show:

Animals of the night garden: Meet your nocturnal wildlife
Lunala | Pokédex
Primary figure of Lunala replica of combined bat DNA to be my Masterpiece
Elusive Jaguar.... - null | Jaguar animal, Rainforest animals, Pets cats
Bill to Greatly Expand Wolf Hunting in Idaho Heads to Governor | The  Scientist Magazine®
Pokemon Lycanroc PNG Image | Transparent PNG Free Download on SeekPNG
Galapagos Giant Tortoises - The Giant Saddle Back Tortoise
Red-Eyed Tree Frog
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse director explains the 42 Easter egg -  Polygon

Medium/small size animals at night seem to wonder their habitats like forests, which my finalized model would hang near the moon at nighttime forest as if my Lunala replica was worshipped as a goddess of the moon.

My further diagram of a guardian dragon of my own like shaping him as one of my nighttime-creatures:

3301 Practical-Sculpture arts

3301 Studio-Practical

Beginning year 3 projects to continue drawing my new blueprints which involves in large-scales developments, building my models to extensive heights instead of using reused-foam from last-year. Focusing onto skeletal methods leading to searching for woodworks near the design-wing, plasterworks near reception asking technicians-Robin and Nick for advice around equipment.

  • Showing my diagrams to craft my prototypes of lion/gorilla replicas
  • Characteristics of mythical-animals within Japanese-culture
  • Experimenting Pokemon-evolutions for their large-scales to manipulate in AV-Loans workshops
  • Molded my prototypes in plaster, giving them perfect appearances
  • Smooth-trimming their outer-surface
  • Making them look mythical
  • Wooden-shaver to trim wood-surface
  • Add stronger wood with another piece
  • Wood-glue and drill together
  • Stabilise body of work without breaking-apart
  • Covered via chicken-wire, giving them appearances
  • Hessian-fabric to wrap my models dipped in plaster
  • Doodle-paint in black lines around bodies and colour-patterning
  • Almost building a familiar-model of a Trojan-Horse

Manipulating with metal-wiring is easy but with needed protection of reinforces-gloves avoiding cut/scratches carefully metal-bend these wires in several ways after another.

  • Shaping inner-structures into a creature of my imaginations, adapting to Japanese-influence
  • Gathering materials at B&Q warehouse
  • Molded all models in plaster getting them to studio, real challenge
  • Maximum 4 people to transport via trolley took a month in October


Direct-Fabric Website:

  • Sightseeing in plaster-room to manufacture my large-scale figures
  • Used dipping combinations of hessian-fabric/ceramics-powder
  • Resulted in my models weigh a ton adjustments in trimming to ease their weight
  • Measuring weighs, lengths and height of each area of my replicas
  • Mixture of bright-acrylics to doodle-paint separate slots
  • Given my prototypes dazzling appearances in evolution sharing beauty/frightening results
  • Revealing Solgaleo/Rillaboom’s characteristics
  • Setting up a theatre-background with my monsters in a gurgle-match
  • Putting up a theatre turning my studio-space into a dueling stage to two-beasts fighting for territory
  • Attached marble eyes to my gorilla
  • Reflections of Legendary-Pokémon and Peter-Jackson’s King-Kong
  • Codenames: Blazing-Solgaleo and Grillboom
  • Two models sharing face to face of different-oppositions

Positioned my two-alphas staring face-to-face as ancient rivalry with each of their open-spaces at floor 9/Crit-room. Audience given me feedback, they really like my animals-presence even if hunted in wildlife.

  • Manufactured animal fur/patterning supplies
  • Mounted as living-trophies
  • Focusing on Petrit-Halilaj’s role of setting a home-turf stage with desert/rainforest props.
  • Using MDF hardwood to buzz-saw them into desert/forest props
  • Setting up fire/blooming-forest via two dueling-habitats
  • Once stabilized I’d coated them in white-paint then decorated
  • Sorting my visual-props once positioned near my beasts
  • Adjusting studio-lights given them inner dimensional state
  • Opportunity of putting on a visual-theatre
  • Studying on my phase 2 “Nocturnal-Beasts” to work on Solgaleo’s counterpart Lunala representing eternal-night throughout mix-media techniques

Term 1 project: Elemental-Beasts

Term 2/3 Nocturnal-Beasts:

3302 Contextual

3302 Contextual-Studies

Over summer I researched practitioners into their methods of large-scale, given me motivation to assemble my new ceramics-models and doodle technique to craft gigantic collection of mixed-media within Netsuke-figurines.

Niki De Saint Phalle’s methods into monumental-figures in her academic role as French-artist:

  • Not just a personal-hobby but emotional feeling of living into sanctuary
  • Wanted freedom from fear/abused childhood-particularly her father
  • Inflicted her life before adulthood, traumatized Niki used rough techniques of shooting paintball liquids on unused-objects,
La Prairie patrocina la mostra di Niki de Saint Phalle al MoMa PS1 di New  York - Amica
Niki de Saint Phalle | Skull (Meditation Room) | Artsy
Niki de Saint Phalle - Why Bill has to be killed - Parkstone Art

Taken advantage of her abused life, Niki enhanced her ceramics of overcoming challenges, finding art careers, channeling her past-nightmares and which I could investigate her influence on monumental-figures.

  • Learning about her traumatized-life, building structures never witness as children would explore/climbing over them
  • Crowned-figures published at Tuscany countryside/Capalbio Italy as sculptural-park
  • Absorbing her technique to craft my Netsuke-beasts from mixed-media resources including wood, plaster and doodle-patterning
Niki de Saint Phalle and the Art of Tarot | MoMA
Niki de Saint Phalle's Tarot Garden | The New Yorker
Tarot Garden-Large scale park, Tuscany countryside 1966:

Books: Niki de Saint Phalle and the Tarot Garden 730.944/SAI


Viewing on Auguste Forestier’s role in wooden-toys which I’d used his reflected craftsmanship of assembling skeletal figures:

  • My primary motive of doodle-ceramics were expanding my creations from small to big versions of Japanese-Netsukes
  • Niki’s influence within my critical-facts onto Japanese-cultural arts
  • Patterning on practical experiments in Pokemon-evolutions
Auguste Forestier created magical... - Outsider Art Fair | Facebook
Et Jean Dubuffet inventa l'Art Brut
Auguste Forestier - Artists - Outsider Art Fair

Improving onto cartoon-arts to the next stage, Keith-Haring is best in his professional role as a doodle-artist. Most of his artworks were goofy in his imaginations, my last year’s creations were adaptable within illustrations to his advantages/strengths.

  • Haring’s creations having a strange-relationship blended by humorist characteristics might affect split-personalities
  • Spread influence into public society but have begun to fulfill his potential in early development when he was a child-oldest of four siblings

Keith-Haring’s doodle-developments/weblink:

Is your Keith Haring art fake? Here's how to tell... - News Without Politics
Keith Haring - 1000 Pieces |Yorkshire Jigsaw Store
Keith Haring's only museum is now free and virtual - News - Digital Arts
  • Admired Niki De Saint Phalle’s development in large scale monuments and her creation of Tarot-Garden
  • Assembling wooden skeletal prototypes giving my lion and gorilla’s appearance through metal-wiring/plaster-arts for stronger texture of Modroc
  • Putting together like Auguste Forestier’s methods as toy-maker, experimenting Netsuke’s evolution of Pokemon via mixed-media arts.
  • Influenced by Keith-Haring’s doodle technique
  • I’m bringing my creations to life in three-dimensional state
  • Selective works in acrylic almost a graffiti form of goofy-development
  • Setting up a stage of illustration-background much different from Haring’s New-York Subway experience.

Reading on a staging method of putting up a visual-theater Petrit-Halilaj’s role of developing a storytelling-artwork:

  • His creation of “Very volcanic over this green feather”
  • Originated from his family but Halilaj’s village were caught in Serbian-Kosovar civil-war and evacuated

Tate St Ives Exhibition:

Petrit Halilaj: Very volcanic over this green feather - Announcements -  e-flux
In Conversation with Petrit Halilaj | Talks : TANK Magazine
Petrit Halilaj: 'I started to live with fear on a daily basis' | Art | The  Guardian
Wonders, and Horrors, Drawn From Boyhood in a War Zone - The New York Times
Jean Dubuffet - Wikipedia
Jean Dubuffet: Trace of an Adventure | Guggenheim Museum Bilbao
Jean Dubuffet | Milord (1971) | Available for Sale | Artsy
Fondation Jean Dubuffet, official website, L'Accueillant, 9080

Searching into Jean Dubuffet who had a similar-connection when studying French-painting/sculpture due to idealistic form of directive aesthetics. Being embraced within so-called “low-art” might be traditional of adapting beauty in favor of more authentic and humanistic approach to image-making.

  • Well known into an art-movement called Art-Brut/Outsider-Art
  • Helps to maintain his role of academic-painting
  • Investigating oil-painting mixed with earth/handmade resources for French-doodle modeling

Year 3 Diary and my influence of Doodle method

Year 3 Evaluation

After my completion of year 2 at De Montfort University, which gives me an opportunity to practice on my academic skills in foam craftsmanship once I’ve sketch up my new blueprints. This method involves in producing unseen doodle work of Niki de Saint Phalle, who has a difficult childhood following a tragic event of her abusive father when she was eleven years old, the aftermath of it has left Niki feeling unstable and disturbed when growing to adulthood.

But years ago since Niki had an uneasy life, she took to her new career of her rebirth into worlds of arts. because it can help change her life among the people, whilst I studied on Niki’s methods it revealed most of her work were used as primary source of psychological arts like fear is against her but enable’s to create a completely different form related to deeper emotions.

Developments of Niki de Saint Phalle’s research:

Niki de Saint Phalle - 20th Century & Contempo... June 2019 | Phillips
▷ Nana assise sur un serpent by Niki de Saint Phalle, 1984 | Sculpture |  Artsper (268987)
Niki de Saint Phalle - Jonathan Novak Contemporary Art
Work by Niki de Saint Phalle and Bruce High Quality Foundation - The New  York Times
  • Viewing on Niki’s models seems to had reacted to comedy effects like turning sad emotions into laughter
  • Help to clarify her troubled past to move ahead in her future of women rights
  • By examining her work of each figure were said to had adapted into the manipulation of cartoon effects, different details of coloured glass and how they look wacky via movement
  • Specializes into her interests of many themes like summer of serpents
Exhibition Preview: The Menil Collection's 'Niki de Saint Phalle in the  1960s' Opens This September | BlackBook
  • Niki’s method are sorts of using rage emotional to paint-shoot her work via shotgun only used in her rights in art
  • The splatted colours had gone all around most of the landscape parts once Niki just fired upon
  • Followed by Niki’s latest work she’d created a large sculptural park called Le jardin des tarots-The Tarot Garden
  • The inner workings of her park were incredible as if they been manipulated in both ceramics and glass-works like Art Nouveau
  • The park was originally constructed at Pescia Fiorentina, Capalbio, province of Grosseto, Tuscany, Italy in 1998
Royal Garden - Grotto Niki de Saint Phalle | Herrenhausen Gardens | Photos  for downloading | Press
Visiting the Tarot Garden by Niki de Saint Phalle: practical information
Niki de Saint Phalle's Tarot Garden | The New Yorker

Niki’s influence on Doodle structures and Tarot Garden exhibition:

Next up is investigating a rather curious figures called Netsuke, which are originated in Japan carving in the 17th century that the people wear on their clothes that lacks in pockets. By examining on the mini figures it is said they have a reflection of pocket monsters or in translation – Pokemon, because it meant to express a child’s imagination as if the Netsuke were collectibles used for catching creatures and also it must be a direct form to absorb in their scales into a more bigger appearance.

The reason I’am really fondled of these monster personalities, were about my talents of experimenting on Doodle Hybrids that I need to practice ideas on combining DNA’s of Pokemon’s appearances to my new array of hybrids and to analyse with their evolution scale whilst they are growing much larger than ever.

Methods in Netsuke craftsmanship:

  • Originated in the 17th century of wooden craftsmanship which is used to create miniature figures
  • Japanese people had worn these small objects on their clothes of festivals as an fun tradition
  • Meant to reflect on pocket-monsters also to be known as Pokemon and of course to inspire young generations of cartoon monsters via Japans hybrids from children’s imaginations
  • Normally they are severed as collectibles but also to adapt with their evolutions depending on how large they can be
  • To respond with my influence of doodle monster’s DNA
  • Followed by Pokemon’s behavior, personalities, all manner of forms and characteristics to experiment on
  • Eventually the Americans and Europeans have heard of Netsuke’s influence and collects them

Evidence of Netsuke attached as pockets:

What are Netsuke? | SAGEMONOYA
In The Art Of Netsuke, Tiny Toggles Tell Delightful Stories Of Japan : NPR
Gods and Demons - Netsuke
SAGEMONOYA Newsletter back Number Vol.9|SAGEMONOYA
Hand-Carved Chick Netsuke | Wooden Ornaments | Museum Selection
Sold Price: CARVED IVORY NETSUKE: Rabbit - Invalid date PDT

Reflection of Netsuke via Pokemon:

Gabite Pokemon Go: How to Catch
Garchomp Pokédex: stats, moves, evolution & locations | Pokémon Database
Rayquaza | Pokédex
Who is the strongest dragon-type Pokemon? - Quora
I hope this isn't an Electrode, because I need a Master Ball - Daily Pokemon  Review Day 207 - Shinx Line One of the premier Sinnoh mons, the Shinx  family is iconic
Pokémon Spectrum: How to Raise Pokémon: Riolu/Lucario
Pin by Michelle Garey on Pokemon Mega Evolutions | Mega evolution pokemon,  Pokemon art, Pokemon
Shiny Snivy Pokemon Go - April Community Day Easy Guide
Day 11 Krookodile and Shoutland | Pokémon Amino

3301 Netsuke-Development

3301 Netsuke-Art

Studying onto my next project for year 3 to research with many sorts of cultural arts, which I’ve been looking at my primary source in Japanese meant to search their mysteries of spiritual and mythical arts like monsters which focuses on miniature sculptures called Netsuke.

Originated in a ancient-Japan over three hundred years, focused on their differences onto my own hybrid-appearances. Mainly to served both functional/aesthetic methods, fitted on Japanese-dresses because they wear traditional-clothes at summer festivals, funerals, weddings and graduations.

Original influence of Netsuke:

  • Originated in Ancient-Japan, three-hundred years
  • Meant on my interests into humorist-effects
  • Connected to Satoshi-Tajiri’s creation of Pokemon
  • Studied their evolutions due to Netsuke’s influence
  • Criticised Japanese’s mantle received by westerners-1854
  • Americans/Europeans discovered and started to gather-in netsuke
  • Served both functional/aesthetic methods when fitted on Japanese-clothing
  • Suspend their everyday-pockets amongst other items, replacing them with Obi-(sash)
  • Attached these Netsuke-figurines to festive-clothes at the opening/closing of sagemono

Information on Netsuke:

International Netsuke Society - FAQ
Collecting Guide: 5 things to know about Netsuke | Christie's
netsuke | British Museum

Methods used to portray the Netsuke in Japanese influence:

  • Naturally-found objects
  • Plants
  • Legends/Legendary heroes
  • Myths/Mystical beasts
  • Gods/Religious
  • Symbols
  • Daily activities
  • Myriad
  • Design vocabulary
  • Encompassing
  • Zodiacal animals

Motives in Netsuke-craftmanship:

Netsuke were among the beauty of Japanese-carvings decorated with different forms of elaborate-shaping, lacquer-work or rare/exotic materials.

  • Believed to be ancient-talismans, highly coveted/collective statures
  • Disappeared over their era’s of 19th/20th centuries
  • Directive-approach of Fine-Art affects in master-carvers for Japanese wood-crafting
  • Affected by industry both Japan and abroad stimulated in their productions
  • Low-artistic valves into mass-produced modeling of the creation of Netsuke regardless of age/origins

Resources used to carve into Japanese figures of Netsuke:

  • Ivory
  • Wood
  • Cherry wood
  • Bamboo
  • Amber
  • Stag antler
  • Pottery
  • Coral
  • Metal
  • Compacted of three-dimensional figures in three-inches high
  • Carved into hollow-bowl like modelling
  • Formally to shape into multiple items like Katabori, Anabori, Manju, Ryusa, Kagamibuta, Obi-hasami Sashi, Mask and Trick
  • Normally-animals are made illegal

Series of organized a collection of Netsuke around the globe, most of them are been exhibiting from multiple museums:

  • Los-Angeles, County-Museum of Art (LACMA)
  • Museum of Fine-Arts in Boston
  • National-Art Museum in Tokyo
  • British-Museum
  • Victoria and Albert-Museums, London
  • Excelling within LACMA-museum
  • United-States amounted 150 objects from the Raymond/Frances Bushell exhibition
  • Total of 600 Netsukes-collection
  • Louvre-Museum, Paris

Reveals many ways of netsuke might be a connection of viewing personalities within different hybrids. Telling their original-stories of monsters fitted into pockets and were now mentioned in present-period of Pokemon.

  • Combined with different-possibilities onto cross-species’s DNA
  • Childhood-imagination adapted in Pokemon-evolutions
  • Helps to reflect last-year’s “Doodle-hybrids” given me inspiration into Japanese-creatures
  • Children’s response to imaginative-animals.

Key methods of DNA samples taken from Pokemon stages:

Evolution from Froakie/Frogadier to Greninja:

Hopes Dim for Renewable Power From Ocean Waves and Tides - Bloomberg
ArtStation - Ninja/japanese Culture, Saran Kulab

Treecko to Grovyle and Sceptile to evolve/mega-evolve:

Why are Treecko, Grovyle and Sceptile pure Grass types? - Quora
Forest Computer Wallpapers - Top Free Forest Computer Backgrounds -  WallpaperAccess
Morbid Fantasy — Nature Dragon by Antonio J. Manzanedo (ajmanzanedo...

Chamander to Charmeleon and Charizard to evolve/mega-evolve and gigantamax taken to new heights:

Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee - How to evolve every Pokémon
GAME's Mega Charizard event starts tomorrow. | Mega evolution, Pokemon,  Charizard
Gigantamax Charizard Art from Pokémon Sword and Shield #art #artwork  #gaming #videogames #gamer #gameart #conceptart #illustr… | Charizard art,  Pokemon art, Pokemon
99 Problems But A Dragon Ain't One | thezombieroom
Classical styles

Classical influences used in sculpture

Throughout my journey into art were investigating into all kinds of cultural arts used to inspire my ideas to examine each of their histories, knowledge, details, scales and origins when using my manipulating skills to produce most replicas of hybrid arts. Then to adapt to how I would build my models in much scale that can cover the park or even a sculpture gallery grounds of my own.

First region of historical arts – Egypt

Studying on the first classical styles of Egyptian that I was really fond of its origins, next to their famous structures used to shape our inspirations in most of Egypt’s knowledge merged into arts.

Cultural methods developed in Egyptian:

  • Carved statures from stone or rock that represents gods
  • Pharaohs were known to symbolizes their rule of the region
  • Written methods used in Hieroglyphs among temples and tomb walls
  • Those whom have died were mummified into the afterlife which I had reflect with my modroc techniques
440 History - Egyptology ideas | ancient egypt, egypt, ancient
Why 2020 is the perfect time to visit the Land of the Pharaohs with your  Chamber | San Antonio Chamber
Egyptian Arts & Music | TOTA
statue | British Museum
Dozens of ancient coffins unveiled in Egypt
Mystery of the Rosetta Stone
Half-Day Small-Group Tour: Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx 2021
Write like a Pharaoh: Egyptian kids can now rock Hieroglyphics - Owlivers  Post

Second region of historical arts – Greece

My next research is the very origins of humanoid/monster appearances from Greek mythology, said to be the many wonders within many regions of ancient Greece where are famous statures to represent each of the 12 Olympian gods and the people worship them and pay tribute. From the Greek god who had created our world came the birth of mankind, came many of these legendary heroes known only of their story, bravery, courage and heroic deeds for their country and that the names of each warrior are told in stories.

The Twelve Olympian Gods - Θεϊκές εκδρομές στα Μετέωρα
Achilles - Troy by GalleryAB on DeviantArt
Greek Mythology: Hercules
Jason And The Argonauts, and more Greek myths - Den of Geek
Greek Mythology: Perseus
Theseus - king of Athens; son of Aethra (by two fathers: Poseidon and  Aegeus). | Greek and roman mythology, Ancient mythology, Mythology art

Following with my inspirations of hybrids appeared in all kinds of humanoid arts, because they were known by the Greek people as monsters and how they said to be feared by their behavior rage. From my point of examining my imaginary monsters to build up ideas of combining with the creature’s differences from DNA, like say wings, armored details, scales of how they stand tall and also to explain each of my monstrous effects whilst bring them into reality as 3D models.

Methods in Greek Mythology:

  • Many of these famous statues were originally carved from clay or stone
  • People who had worshipped gods via their prayers
  • Some of the statures seems to had talent like the discus to compete in old Olympics
  • Heroes of all were known by their courage written in stories
  • Hybrid monsters whom to had roam the world of ancient Greece
  • Creature’s behavior would react to people’s fear of difference of monstrous DNA
Greek Mythology Monsters: Full list and description
Chris Rahn: Conquering Manticore
Photobucket - Photo and image hosting, free photo galleries, photo editing.  | Medusa art, Medusa, Anne stokes art
Cerberus, hound of Hades. Not much can be found on Cerberus. He… | by  Mackenzie F. | Medium

Origins of Greek mythology website:

Third region of historical arts – Aztecs

Reading on another civilization across the Atlantic ocean, where the land of the Aztecs were originally based at, sightseeing on the capital city of Tenochtitlan and how I can dig up their early roots of old mexico. The Aztec people are known to worship gods, used to carve from all sorts of materials like turquoise been mined in the Aztec caves and then to craft all kinds of artifacts.

But not only that it tells of the people who were sacrificed as rituals to their gods, because it was shown in ancient tradition as if so many had died during their fierce period and that at time of the very civilization was now known to be New Mexico. Before long the Spanish Conquistador named Hernan Cortes was sent by King Charles of Spain, to lead an expedition in 1519 to overthrow the ruler of Tenochtitlan-Montezuma II. after the Aztecs drove off Cortes’s army, they return in much greater force in 1921 to defeat the Aztec empire where most of the people were driven from their cities. Next to Montezuma’a imprisonment, Cortes’s army had raided the city’s temples of all treasures, overtime Hernan Cortes alongside his army had conquered the Aztec region and then constructed new cities across the country which has become known as Mexico.

The Great Aztec Temple | Discover Magazine
Capital City of Tenochtitlan
Hernando Cortes - Stock Image - C009/3173 - Science Photo Library
Double-headed serpent – Smarthistory
British Museum's Aztec artefacts as evil as Nazi lampshades made from human  skin | Daily Mail Online
back-ornament (?); mosaic; human remains | British Museum
Aztec sun stone - Wikipedia
Ancient-Aztec-Artifacts-Ancient-Aztec-jaguar-shaped-cuauhxicalli Picture

Aztec civilization websites:

Fourth region of historical arts – Japanese

Reading on my final influence of what inspires me throughout my artist journey called Japanese, which I’ve been looking at over early summer to describe with the mysteries of cultures said to understand in myth legends long before Japan became the land of the rising sun and what gives me a form of curiosity to examine this case of ancient traditions used in all sorts of secretly methods.

Methods of Japanese culture used within their period:

  • Ancient societies of warriors like Ninjas, Samurai, Shoguns and Ronin
  • Mysteries told of unseen monsters said to had roam the wilds of Japan
  • Dragons were mentioned of their wisdom and rage of power across their culture’s stories
  • Also that of old periods of Japan meets modern technology
  • Became popular of colour effects used in their own cartoon series
  • Miniature figures called Netsuke are a reflection of pocket monsters or in translate Pokemon
Japanese temples: 17 stunning shrines travelers will love | CNN Travel
Boutique Japan - Immersive Japan Luxury Travel
Beautiful symbolism of the power of nature | 📸 | Japan photography, Japan  travel, Aesthetic japan
Snake Eyes vs Red Hood (Pre-52) - Battles - Comic Vine
Animated Pictures of Ninja
The Way of the Warrior: Samurais and Spirituality | The Review of Religions
Bushido Karate Club - What are Samurai
This Japanese Netflix series is touted as the next 'Game of Thrones' and  it'll be about samurais and shoguns - Entertainment
The Many Things "47 Ronin" Gets Wrong About Shogun-Era Japan (And the One  Thing It Gets Right) | History News Network
Fashion and Function: The Art of Netsuke Carving | Springfield Museums
Bonhams : A kurogaki (black persimmon) wood netsuke of a coiled rat By  Masanao, Ise, 19th century
Bonhams : Collecting 101 | 5 Things to Know About Japanese Netsuke
Vintage Japanese Carved Skeleton Boxwood Netsuke Signed 20Th C. OR0815311 |  Second Hand Art
813-815 Scorbunny Evolution by Torathor on DeviantArt
Starter Pokemon and Evolutions - Pokemon Sword and Shield Wiki Guide - IGN
Pokémon Sun' And 'Pokémon Moon' Review: Say Alola To A Wonderful New World  Of Pokémon | Pokemon, Pokemon moon, Pokemon incineroar
Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee - How to evolve every Pokémon
Pokemon Let's Go Mega Evolution | How To Mega Evolve Pokemon
Gigantamax Charizard Art from Pokémon Sword and Shield #art #artwork  #gaming #videogames #gamer #gameart #conceptart #illustr… | Charizard art,  Pokemon, Pokemon art

Japanese influence between ancient and modern websites: