Imaginary Travel Machine

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Description:

While drifting in pure chaos, every little tiny bit of reality is something to hold on to. Grab them, stick them together, and maybe, you'll find the way to build an Imaginary Travel Machine.

Good luck traveler, and Farewell :)
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Digital conversion from a special piece made out of a set of … (read more)

While drifting in pure chaos, every little tiny bit of reality is something to hold on to. Grab them, stick them together, and maybe, you'll find the way to build an Imaginary Travel Machine.

Good luck traveler, and Farewell :)
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Digital conversion from a special piece made out of a set of several graphite drawings on fiberboard panels.

It has been built organically during months, until I felt the drawing didn't have anything else to tell me. Once again, that's an experience that opened myself to new explorations, which made it a great travel machine, indeed :)


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Comments

Gerdana Neis
2021/03/18

Great!

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Pascal "Berien" Garrigues
(creator)
2021/03/22

Happy you like it 😃
Thanks for the comment ☺

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Madolf D
2021/03/16

Your every work is telling some unsolved mysterious tales to me...love it so deep😍🤟💖

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Pascal "Berien" Garrigues
(creator)
2021/03/16

Really appreciated ! Many Thanks :)
I just discovered your own work and got the same feeling with some of your pieces (your 'Moonlight Lord', 'Spidy' and 'Just Chilling' are simply fascinating :) great job !)

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Pascal "Berien" Garrigues
(creator)
2021/03/11

Please note that another iteration of this piece is currently being published (stuck in blockchain latency for now), trying to fix the low quality render this one initially had (due to my equally low photographers skills :) )

The new iteration will be released as a unique edition.

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hairofmedusa
2021/03/10

So good !

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Pascal "Berien" Garrigues
(creator)
2021/03/11

Thank you :)
Much appreciated :)

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Pascal "Berien" Garrigues
(creator)
2019/05/23

@DannieB I'm glad you like it :)

The wooden textures, rudimentary mechanics, and sort of sails are often the first items to come out of the pencil when I give up control and let it work by itself on these spontaneous builds.
I can't tell where they come from, but yes, now you said it, they give a a medieval feeling to the whole, between old ship and windmill :)

Thanks for the comment, and have a great day :)

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Oh, and for people interested in making-of details of the original piece, here are a couple of steps I forgot to place in description:

https://berien.com/techniques-mixtes/wrecked/
https://berien.com/techniques-mixtes/framed-the-wrecked-paintings-framing-attempt/

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DannieB
2019/05/23

I love how you've created this time machine using materials and instruments that is out of worldly but yet with a medieval feel to it.

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