virtuPIC, Germany
  • country Germany
  • Member since Joined 27th Oct., 2019
  • icon Seen 3 days ago

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icon 2 Sent postcards on World Postcard Day in 2021 and 2022WPD
  • icon Not interested in direct swaps
  • icon German, English, a little Dutch, and even less French
  • icon he/him
  • icon 30th June 1966
    (56 years old)

About Thomas...

When I write a postcrossing postcard then I'm trying to find a matching card from my collection. Collection? Well, I'm a nerd! I produce the cards myself. They are small art pieces - TSP-art to be exact. Making them needs a certain amount of work, this is why I have to reuse a single work for several cards for you.

But first about the cards I would like to receiver! I'm not picky! I'm really happy to receive a card from you when you've been asked to send one! If you want to increase my joy send
o erotic, females, preferably photos
o something of your area
o weird stuff
o something about you
o arts
o nature

Back to the cards I'm sending. TSP-art is line drawing consisting of a single closed loop line without any crossing. Such a drawing looks from a distance like a greyscale image while from near you see many fine structures that enrich the image.

Since October 2021 I am also making color cards. color TSP-art is even less common than the black&white version. So far I found three different possibilities. Tried the first one in the beginning, sent a few cards, but dropped it since the results have not been convincing. End of October 2021 I had my color graphic software collection ready for production and started to re-generate color versions of drawings I already had in BW and also new ones. This is really exciting! You probably won't find much comparable work elsewhre. However, my printer seems to deny such tiny details which makes lines blend together in darker areas. Oh, the third option? Haven't tried it so far, might do it in the far future, but I don't expect convincing results. Negative expectation is a bad start in art and science. BTW, my profile image is low resolution color TSP-artwork, just to give you an impression.

Happy postcrossing!

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