Dirk Dzimirsky

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Dirk Dzimirsky es un artista nacido en Rhede, Alemania, en 1969. A pesar de haber realizado dibujos de forma autodidacta toda su vida, no es hasta el año 2005 que decide dedicarse profesionalmente a ello, trabajando como ilustrador, diseñador gráfico, ilustrador y autor de libros.

Dirk posee una gran técnica, destacando sobre todo los retratos a los que les otorga una vida y una expresión francamente loables. El nivel de detalle es casi fotográfico consiguiendo darle una profundidad y un tratamiento espléndido, a pesar de que usa una curiosa forma de dibujar, ya que utiliza un fondo algo desenfocado con respecto a la imagen principal, como podemos apreciar en el cabello de algunos de sus dibujos. El artista se deja intencionadamente seducir por cierta dureza del dibujo en nariz, boca, arrugas y poros, y se permite incorrecciones que no quitan sentimiento a los retratos, sino que por el contrario parece humanizarlos aún más. Podemos encontrar sus trabajos también en deviantArt donde se da a conocer como DDzim

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I want to capture and describe a persons precence and specific inner self. Similar to what a detailed writer might employ in their analysis of an individual, I portray not only the physical attributes, but more importantly the subjects inner presence of life. It's not too obvious as my work appears most detailed, but I understand my approach as both representational and lyrical, using marks like words and textured areas like paragraphs. All parts of a whole, telling a story about a human being.

I choose drawing over painting as this allows me to create many layers over layers of lines and dots which react to each other in order to create a vibrant texture with directions and movement. This approach enables the finished work to be viewed more by the "senses" as opposed to the standard visual observation of a photo. Personally, I view the practice of drawing as reminiscent of scratching on a surface to observe what's hidden underneath, where as the nature of painting projects more the inverse, covering and hiding details and forms that might have contributed to a sensuality of a work.

I work in a style that most people refer to as photorealism or hyperrealism. I use photos as references for my hyperrealistic drawings and paintings but I am not after a perfect reproduction at all. I use a photo very loosely once the proportions are established. I usually work as if I were drawing from a live model actually. I work with movement and expression, working fast on larger, more unimportant areas, and slowing down on parts that need more attention. I am actually improvising a lot. My main concern is to capture the essence and substance of forms in order to get close to a perceptible presence of the subject.

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