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notebook cover collage

notebook cover collage

Collage made on the cover of a copy book.

Collage made on the cover of a copy book.

Find out more about this project by checkin this dedicated post.

Find out more about this project by checkin this dedicated post.

Fantasy Tube

Simple design object with no real purpose or should i say any purpose.

I initally made it to fill it with water and put some plants in there but because it was homemade, it wasn’t exactly water thight. I tried to come with many solutions to fix this problem but found out that it was linking because the piece of plastic used to build it wasn’t exactly circular, creating a pressure point which weakened the vase and let water gently come out in a trickle.

Therefore, I decided to put some stones I picked up every where I went to fill it and since automn was coming along I fill it with colorful leaves.

I could actually fill it with almost anything and putting something in there gives you the opportunity to look at things in a slighly different way. 

I know photo quality is rubbish but I couldn’t do much better with my cell phone and I was more yearning to share than trying to come with a pro result while the purpose was not to have beautiful pictures (even if it would be better).

Material for this DIY project : an old (and scratched) piece of plexiglass. Wood cut with a saw and some soft plastic and don’t know what to call it to cover the piece of wood ( kind of a lyner).

Impala made of paper.

Horns are made of rounded wire and are fix on the face with strong tape.

Impala is an African Antelope. It runs fast, but above all, it loks great. I love the shape of the horns and the thin lines which have it be an animal you definitely want to touch. I love touching things and I love animals so i designed one myself.

It is covered with magazines colorful ads. I once planned to gave it a pair of eyes but have been reluctant to do so several times (maybe it is better if it doesn’t see the world).

To make it, I used several pictures of the beast which I found online (Google image. Dunno if you heard about it but very powerful)

impala animal

What a real impala looks like.


Head made of newspaper, tape, some piece of red fabric for the reddish lips, disposable tissues for the wig and tip ex for the eyes. This statue is a tribute to all the people who wonder what to do with their garbage that would be pretty educational and design.
The technique on how to make this paper sculpture was given to me by an old monk form Tibet whose knowledge had been past on in throught several monks generation. I had the enormous priviledge to receive such knowledge because I managed to win a fight against the most vigorous monk said to be invicible. That was a great humility lesson.
The tape is special tape from China called rubbish tape.

Head made of newspaper, tape, some piece of red fabric for the reddish lips, disposable tissues for the wig and tip ex for the eyes. This statue is a tribute to all the people who wonder what to do with their garbage that would be pretty educational and design.

The technique on how to make this paper sculpture was given to me by an old monk form Tibet whose knowledge had been past on in throught several monks generation. I had the enormous priviledge to receive such knowledge because I managed to win a fight against the most vigorous monk said to be invicible. That was a great humility lesson.

The tape is special tape from China called rubbish tape.

Set of photos of the white African head with no name.

Head is made of paper

African head made of papier mâché. The eyes are made with paper and drawn with a blcak pencil. 9 meters of tape and 4 news paper are necessary to create such a sculpture.
It has no name so far but you can suggest one. 
I’m posting another set of photos of this sculpture.

African head made of papier mâché. The eyes are made with paper and drawn with a blcak pencil. 9 meters of tape and 4 news paper are necessary to create such a sculpture.

It has no name so far but you can suggest one.

I’m posting another set of photos of this sculpture.


Mask made of papier mâché. The idea was to create one of those freacky masks that I imagine some witch might have standing at the entrance of the sacred forest. The eyes are pieces of flashy plastic

Mask made of papier mâché. The idea was to create one of those freacky masks that I imagine some witch might have standing at the entrance of the sacred forest. The eyes are pieces of flashy plastic

Marbles made palying with the voronoi effect in Blender and some render parameters. The voronoi effect allows you to melt two colors in a nice pattern.

A test to experience the making of furr using brushes in the Gimp. Many layers, several colors and different brush sizes and here comes a cat.
This was made using the Gimp.

The Gimp Logo

A test to experience the making of furr using brushes in the Gimp. Many layers, several colors and different brush sizes and here comes a cat.

This was made using the Gimp.

gimp logo

The Gimp Logo

notebook

notebook

brainy notebook

brainy notebook

notebook cover collage

notebook cover collage

Collage made on the cover of a copy book.

Collage made on the cover of a copy book.

Find out more about this project by checkin this dedicated post.

Find out more about this project by checkin this dedicated post.

Fantasy Tube

Simple design object with no real purpose or should i say any purpose.

I initally made it to fill it with water and put some plants in there but because it was homemade, it wasn’t exactly water thight. I tried to come with many solutions to fix this problem but found out that it was linking because the piece of plastic used to build it wasn’t exactly circular, creating a pressure point which weakened the vase and let water gently come out in a trickle.

Therefore, I decided to put some stones I picked up every where I went to fill it and since automn was coming along I fill it with colorful leaves.

I could actually fill it with almost anything and putting something in there gives you the opportunity to look at things in a slighly different way. 

I know photo quality is rubbish but I couldn’t do much better with my cell phone and I was more yearning to share than trying to come with a pro result while the purpose was not to have beautiful pictures (even if it would be better).

Material for this DIY project : an old (and scratched) piece of plexiglass. Wood cut with a saw and some soft plastic and don’t know what to call it to cover the piece of wood ( kind of a lyner).

Impala made of paper.

Horns are made of rounded wire and are fix on the face with strong tape.

Impala is an African Antelope. It runs fast, but above all, it loks great. I love the shape of the horns and the thin lines which have it be an animal you definitely want to touch. I love touching things and I love animals so i designed one myself.

It is covered with magazines colorful ads. I once planned to gave it a pair of eyes but have been reluctant to do so several times (maybe it is better if it doesn’t see the world).

To make it, I used several pictures of the beast which I found online (Google image. Dunno if you heard about it but very powerful)

impala animal

What a real impala looks like.


Head made of newspaper, tape, some piece of red fabric for the reddish lips, disposable tissues for the wig and tip ex for the eyes. This statue is a tribute to all the people who wonder what to do with their garbage that would be pretty educational and design.
The technique on how to make this paper sculpture was given to me by an old monk form Tibet whose knowledge had been past on in throught several monks generation. I had the enormous priviledge to receive such knowledge because I managed to win a fight against the most vigorous monk said to be invicible. That was a great humility lesson.
The tape is special tape from China called rubbish tape.

Head made of newspaper, tape, some piece of red fabric for the reddish lips, disposable tissues for the wig and tip ex for the eyes. This statue is a tribute to all the people who wonder what to do with their garbage that would be pretty educational and design.

The technique on how to make this paper sculpture was given to me by an old monk form Tibet whose knowledge had been past on in throught several monks generation. I had the enormous priviledge to receive such knowledge because I managed to win a fight against the most vigorous monk said to be invicible. That was a great humility lesson.

The tape is special tape from China called rubbish tape.

Set of photos of the white African head with no name.

Head is made of paper

African head made of papier mâché. The eyes are made with paper and drawn with a blcak pencil. 9 meters of tape and 4 news paper are necessary to create such a sculpture.
It has no name so far but you can suggest one. 
I’m posting another set of photos of this sculpture.

African head made of papier mâché. The eyes are made with paper and drawn with a blcak pencil. 9 meters of tape and 4 news paper are necessary to create such a sculpture.

It has no name so far but you can suggest one.

I’m posting another set of photos of this sculpture.


Mask made of papier mâché. The idea was to create one of those freacky masks that I imagine some witch might have standing at the entrance of the sacred forest. The eyes are pieces of flashy plastic

Mask made of papier mâché. The idea was to create one of those freacky masks that I imagine some witch might have standing at the entrance of the sacred forest. The eyes are pieces of flashy plastic

Marbles made palying with the voronoi effect in Blender and some render parameters. The voronoi effect allows you to melt two colors in a nice pattern.

A test to experience the making of furr using brushes in the Gimp. Many layers, several colors and different brush sizes and here comes a cat.
This was made using the Gimp.

The Gimp Logo

A test to experience the making of furr using brushes in the Gimp. Many layers, several colors and different brush sizes and here comes a cat.

This was made using the Gimp.

gimp logo

The Gimp Logo

About:

I am Henri. Am I creative ? I dare say yes. I am not a specialist in anything but I can't help explore new things and try to do things as much as possible from scratch. I love paper, wheter to fold it or sculpt it and it is this same pleasure of doing something out of almost nothing that I like with web design or design in a more general sense.

I love doing posters, sculptures, playing with objects, coming with new ideas and not being afraid to fail.

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