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Thursday, December 9, 2010

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Jezeva kucica

The project has just been finished. the first official presentation.
Jezeva kucica (A hedgehog's house) is a children's poem about a hedgehog who loves his house more than anything in the world even though it is a small and dark hole in the ground.

Friday, November 26, 2010

The Old Bridge, Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina

I've just finished this piece of work and I want to share it with you, before it's gone, because these are going to be sold on a exhibition soon. I used a simple ball point pen (hemijska olovka). It was fun, most of time, because the ball point pens have tendency of throwing up all of the sudden the content of their bodies. Which can be of course very irritating. This one didn't do such a thing, though when I finished the drawing I noticed that it lacks the strength that a rich black ink pen I usually use leaves on the paper. I played with it in photoshop later.

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Mostar at night


Only a white pencil on the black paper. Yes, we can live without computers after all...

Sunday, October 17, 2010

This time somethig personal...


So this might be some of my oldest memories: my grandpa is carring me on his back across the river. he's holding his shoes in his left hand. we're going to Aid, a special prayer that marks the end of Ramadan. Mount Igman is in the background. I wasn't so scared as I look here ;)

Thursday, September 2, 2010

My first international order

This is my first international order people. I made it as a header for a nice mom's blog from South Africa. Here is her blog http://www.asomeeficamommy.blogspot.com/

Friday, August 27, 2010

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Don't worry about getting some weight!


For all the couples waiting for their offspring! A peaceful evening walk and she saying "God, I'd die for a doughnut!"

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Bonjour, Monsieur...


I had an idea of drawing a young gentleman from a pre-world-wars world, in bright and lively colours. I used no photoshop at all, it was drawn and coloured by hand.

Sunday, August 8, 2010

A Flying Lion


Here is the newest one! My creative wife helped me a great deal by suggesting to use textures...


Monday, August 2, 2010

A snowboarder




A fancy snowboarder. I owe his wonderful colours, clothes and board design to my wife Mehtap ;)

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

A model of T-34

Hello everyone!
This time I'm sharing with you some pictures of my T-34 Russian tank. I made it two years ago and it is the colours, washing, and the details I'm especially proud of. For the background I used a picture from an old picaresque calendar. It is a real pitty that a human life is so short, otherwise model making is a great hoby. I personally see it as 3d live painting.

Monday, July 26, 2010

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Monday, July 5, 2010

Archaeology

I have just dug out some of my works in 3D. I thought they were lost due to my harddisk broke down. Enjoy...




A Bosnian Shield. Modelled and rendered in 3ds max, 5 years ago, while I was going to be a 3d animator... Luckily, I quit just in time to stay sane...
Halal olsun for all you webmasters, of course. Use it on your logos as much as you wish!




I entitled this one Deserted Soviet energy facilities on Mars. I modelled it in Rhinocerous ( a great software, I highly recommed it, sadly life is too short...) and later imported into Bryce for the environment. I photoshopped the red star sign, for it was more versatile method.
I like it very much.





The Sebilj in Sarajevo. It was supposed to be a part of a virtual Sarajevo project, so I remember that I thorouhgly photographed all the details, on and around the Sebilj in order to be highly accurate. I think I managed it...



A tank. I used a cheap chinese model toy, probably T-55, or T-74 chinese version of this tank. Thus this "plastic" look. I am sorry now for not finding time to work on details and textures.
Blah, never mind!