Today we are visited by the artist Sweet Pin-up. She does wonderful & unique dolls in her artwork.
You may visit her website and purchase her tubes in a variety of stores including The PSP Project.
Thank you so much for talking with us today.
1) How did you become a part of the psp tube community?
I am a professional artist for several years and am in front of
about 11 years ago started as a 3D artist. I studied graphic design
in Germany and love to paint it.
The 3D work is really great, but I always missed the paint by hand.
In 3D, a lot is possible, but unfortunately not all. I have in my spare time
and again resorted to pencil and paper. I changed completely from 2D to
about 1 year. So I've come to the psp tube community.
2) What does your artwork mean to you?
I can completely relax at work with my dolls and scraps.
I dive into another world and enjoy it to see how an idea results in some great results.
For me it is a way of life with much love and my personal thoughts.
My art is my expression of my soul and that is very important to me.
You will never see things from me, where I personally can not stand behind.
My art is a very important part in my life
3) What inspires you in creating your artwork?
I walk through the city and am inspired by everything. It can be very simple things.
A girl who eats while she is sitting on a wall and ice, or florists, or by people who are attracted unusual.
Even my little daughter brings me to really great ideas.
4) How long have you been selling psp tubes?
This is not as easy to answer. I sell my work for 11 years. But directly PSP tubes since such a year.
I create to order and book covers. but that does not directly.
5) How do you create your artwork? Is it by hand
or digitally? What tools do you use in doing the artwork?
Ohh good question.
When cleaning cooking or ironing ,many ideas come to mind.
I always have a notepad next to me in which I paint little sketchy.
So I always start with the traditional way.
Then I projecting it into a digital form.
I use the programs: PS, open cavas and many other programs.
Each artist has their own programs and preferences.
6)Aside from psp tubes, what else do you create
with your artwork?
As I said, I also work on commission.
I create book covers, logos, websites and artwork.
For a week I am about to write my first book and
to illustrate. A book, as I have done everything seblbst and not just the cover. There is a children's book and look forward to the publication.
But it will still take a while, I think.
7) As you have developed your style and artwork, which artists
have influenced you?
There are many artists who I think is great. That's not easy to answer.
Each artist has his own way and style direction.
I think the great antiquity: Leonardo Da Vinci.
He was a man with so many great inspiration and new ideas. He researched everything and was an exceptionally gifted artist.
8) Does the psp community help artists become more well known
with getting their names and artwork more visible?
But yes, absolutely. It is not easy in this scene to be known. Only works with a lot of luck and hard work das. If Members are to use fans and show your products and also is the so very helpful.Without our fans and buyers, we were one, nobodys artists. Unfortunately, many forget the artists again and again.
9) What do you enjoy the most about being part of the psp community?
I love it to see where all members come from. I have Member from the USA, Spain, Netherlands, Island, UK, Turkey, Ireland, Africa.... so many different people and also so different artwork. I love it to see how fast to grow up my fan base. I love it to see all great Artworks.
10) What are some of your favorite art pieces which you have done and why?
I fall in love over and over again in my work. Each work is always my
absolute preference * g *
But what I love is my every time: Fairy Ship. There is a set of elements into show pieces. I Have a picture you sent, so you see what I mean.
They are so adorable. I can not unfortunately Abiet on favorable terms, because I have too many hours with the formation of these tubes I've spent. But one is definitely worth buying.
11) Do you prefer tags with your art tubes animated or non animated? Or are both great to you?
Oh, actually I allow all of this works. You can animate it or not. I love to see little animations.
Tags are really great. I am amazed to see again and again, how many artists there
12) Do you do commissions for taggers? How about ideas for tubes which taggers may have?
Yes of course I do commissions. You only need to reach me.
I have also given the opportunity for communities or groups, a really affordable way to get offers groups.
Look here for all times: I'm always happy when I get email and always answer them.
I am always ready to pick up new ideas and help wherever I can.
So I just dare you not Beise.
13) Is there anything which you don't allow to be done with your artwork? For example mirroring, animation, etc.
You may not resell my Art in any part! Thats all what I want. Sure do not share my tubes with your friends....
But that is all what I want. I love it to see all the great artworks, why I should reduce your fantastic work.
I know much Artist are do not allow animations or mirroring, but that is not my think.
14) Would you like to receive tags which our readers may do featuring your artwork? We often love to send the artists tags by our members.
I love to see, what do great work with the LSER my work.
If I get them via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I will publish them on my FanBase.