Irina Troitskaya

May 30, 2010 @ 01:40

She acts like summer and walks like rain

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Not much happening, really. It's nearly summer and it's so short you have to enjoy it right here and now otherwise it will slip through your fingers.

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Found a lot of new books at Pangloss book shop the other day. It's a pity they don't serve coffee. Could stay there forever.

We Swap

May 23, 2010 @ 21:34

We want our film to be beautiful not realistic

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I always wanted to get out of 2d world into 3d. The problem is I love 2d for its flatness and restrained methods of work. Moreover nearly all those thoroughly painted realistic pictures driving me mad. Being inspired by Mogu Takahashi and Lili Scratchy, I made my own step out into 3d world. It's still kinda flat and I used very limited palette. Have to admit I like 3d if it's going this direction. It's a pity I can't do porcelain, but I'll figure something out. At least we have papier-mache! I wonder can I sketch with its help?

May 14, 2010 @ 20:10

I like songs about drifters, books about the same

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This year Magic Saw exhibition is lovely. They made some kind of sculptures out of the book characters. If you're in Moscow, you should go there asap.

Right after we've checked an ordinary bookshop nearby and had to admit the choice is much better now. We're still far behind Europe for example and it's a long way to go, but it's nice to see something that you'd actually enjoy flicking through.

May 5, 2010 @ 20:25

And the midnight owl comes to fly with me

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Numbered owls on my balcony. It's good to have some good weather finally. I can finish them with varnish outside - no need to smell it during the summer!

Willaim Goldsmith

May 1, 2010 @ 15:50

By playing flipbook with the photobooth strip

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It's the only one old-style, photographic process photo booth in Moscow and probably the whole Russia. Ways much more fun than the digital one! You can try to track it down in your country.

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