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Discussion in 'The Sesh' started by Steezdiaz, Nov 2, 2016.
@KeeganS That's fantastic. How long did they take?
If I focus solely on working on it, half hour on average to do one. I usually have netflix or youtube on while I'm working on these so i may pause to enjoy what's on for a moment.
That includes drawing out the lines then going over it with the wood burner. Figuring out/choosing a design beforehand is another story because I'm trying not to do any repeats and that is definitely more of a challenge than I originally thought.
@KeeganS You must have killer eyesight too. If you make more definitely post them.
It all comes from experience drawing. I have a video on here and Youtube showing how I work on wood burning tamas. Not a true tutorial, just a time lapse video.
@KeeganS I had a look at the vid. I like the playing card trick, clever.
Me too. I had a hard time controlling the height of where I have my pencil when scoring the lines and used some cards one day and it hit me how much control the deck gave me with the amount of cards used
Here are a few more "low poly" versions from Christine. (Check here for her Instagram.) There was actually a Chinese manufacturer trying to buy Fractured Sun. They were very persistent even though I had told them it was already sold.
Sweets Keychain low-poly
2016 JKA kendama painting finalist entry
We were at an event the other day and one of our players, Brittany Erika Joson, brought in some original art kendama stickers. Interestingly the 8-bit disappeared the quickest, I'm kind of partial to the takoyaki myself.
Of course this is Kristin's work lol bevause its literal PERFECTION
A couple of my own works!
@earthgirl420 Kendama mandala? Is the second one watercolor?
Lowkey wanna get one of these tattooed on my knee cap
I would buy like a shirt with this on it, or stickers or a pin.
That shit is crazy!
Man, that Sanke Koi tama is crazzaayyy. Does he actually sell them or are they just his art for display?
They are for sale at the Kendama Culture website!
Not sure about shipping though.
No, it's Prismacolor pencil they are the best!
Have you seen Chameleon Pens? They're pretty hot in Japan.
Is there somewhere I can buy the metal Kendama chain necklace???
I'm afraid the links I provided are the only thing I know about them. The Ken Blood link takes you to Rakuten which is a sales site.