After a lot of philosophical discoveries through endless theories about Art and Reality, I've come to the conclusion that All of them were trying to find what the Truth is about. But I have the answer for it. Human and his Unconsciousness. Human being is trying to see things through his/her conscious mind. But Kandinsky and Freud proved that we can also see Non-objective beings which can be visible in our Dreams. BUT dreams are not the only one to make that possible for us. ART is another medium which brings the unconscious world to the surface. That can be complete Abstract or Concrete but it still exists in our unconscious world. While I'm painting, my mind is trying to find a possible way to make that possible. Like a creation of something we don't know. Mind is a complicated system which doesn't need to think concrete. This is what Expressionists found in their Art. I don't have to make sense. My mind is interacting to so many things in daily life and its reaction must be rational. But now I want to let it do its job without any sensibilities. My Truth is My Unconsciousness. Technological Dream is my effort to see that process.
The Best part of making animation is always the Storyboard process. I love drawing storyboards. In my animation world, Storyboard is the Bible. Here the storyboard I drew for The Great Death. You can see the surprising moment of the story.
I made an animation called The Great Death or The Grrreat Death (in the opening the letter "R" was multiple by 3). It's story about the lonely old man whose time was up to die. The Death as usual comes to his room to make his dramatic action on that cute old man but he sees something unexpected..
Here you see my designs of that old man and the death in model sheets and pose sheets.
Drawing Clothed Figures was also a fun experience for me. I had no idea that our clothes have so many creases, folds and wrinkles. Of course it Looks weird. But I wanted to draw only shirts and pants. So they look like invisible exposed and shirtless men.
I know.. I know.. every body does it but I thought these drawings I did for practice could be helpful for other artists for their own practice. It's always about keeping the proportions right and keeping your pencil sharp.