Originalni motivi izrađeni pirografskom tehnikom

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Prodaja slika pirografija

Pored kupovine već gotovih slika, moguća je i izrada po narudžbi. U tom slučaju neophodno je dostaviti fotografiju traženog motiva.
Pirografski ispisujem potrebne tekstove (nazive firmi, kafića, hotela i ostalog po zahtevu) na punom drvetu ili šperploči.

O pirografiji

Pirografija je umetnost ukrašavanja drveta ili drugih materijala (na pr. kože) kontrolisanim sagorevanjem. Reč pirografija nastala je od grčkih reči PYRO – vatra i GRAFOS – pisanje, i tradicionalni je oblik umetnosti koji se služi zagrejanim vrhom ili usijanom žicom kojima se pali podloga. U novije vreme koristi se električni pirograf koji podseća na lemilicu i ima izmenljive vrhove različitih preseka.
Na ovaj način se dobija veliki opseg prirodnih tonova i senki – mogu se dobiti slike u sepia tonovima, ili jako tamni dramatični efekti. U zavisnosti od vrha koji se koristi, temperature i načina na koji se vrhovi polažu na podlogu, ostvaruju se različiti efekti. Pirografija zahteva dosta vremena i strpljenja. U potpunosti se radi rukom, a svaka linija i svaka tačka se posebno iscrtavaju. Eventualne greške se teško mogu ispraviti pa je pre početka slikanja neophodno imati jasnu zamisao konačnog izgleda slike, odnosno rasporeda tamnih i svetlih površina.
Za pirografiju se obično koristi svetlo drvo kao što su lipa, javor, topola jer imaju nenametljivu teksturu pa daju dobre kontraste. Međutim, koriste se i druge vrste drveta kao što su bor i hrast. Pirografija se takođe primenjuje i na predmetima od kože. U novije vreme, zbog korišćenje raznih hemikalija za štavljenje kože, njenim sagorevanjem oslobađaju se otrovni gasovi pa treba biti vrlo oprezan i upoznati se sa sredstvima zaštite.

• Na više sajtova koji se bave pirografijom pročitala sam da se njome može da bavi svako i da ne zahteva crtačko umeće – tačno, ali po mom mišljenju nedovoljno. Ja pirograf tretiram kao olovku ili četkicu, kao pero za tuš. Moja svaka slika je unikatna. Sve su slikane slobodnom rukom, prvo grafitnom olovkom, da mogu da pišem i brišem dok ne nacrtam korektan crtež, pa tek onda uzimam u ruke pirograf da dovršim sliku. Ne koristim indigo ili druge načine kopiranja motiva.

• Pirografija pruža velike mogućnosti umetničkog izražavanja, ali ne podnosi grešku jer su ispravke problem. Pored igre svetla i senki, postizanja dramatične tamne i prijatne sepije, stvaranja različitih tekstuara koje se postižu korišćenjem izmenljivih vrhova koji su različitih oblika (špicevi i pljosnate površine različitih profila), u završnici se može koristiti i boja što celoj priči daje novu dimenziju.

• Onima koji nisu vešti u crtanju ostaje indigo a postoje i knjige šablona po kojima se može crtati. Doduše, takve knjige su dostupne samo u inostranstvu, mislim da ih kod nas još nema. Mogu se pored celih slika, raditi različiti dekorativni detalji na predmetima koji imaju nekakvu upotrebnu vrednost. Takođe, pirografija se koristi za kaligrafsko ispisivanje tekstova na drvetu ( natpisi, nazivi firmi, reklame itd.) .

Pyrography paintings for sale

Along with the possibility to purchase some of the completed paintings, it is also possible to order a painting, in which case it is necessary to provide a photo of a desired image.
You can also order various wording to be pyrographically painted on wood or wooden plates, such as company names, signs with names of coffee shops, hotels, etc, as requested.

About Pyrography

Pyrography is an art of decorating wood and other materials (e.g. leather) by controlled scorching. Word “pyrography” was derived from Greek words “pyro” meaning “fire”, and “graphos” meaning “writing”, and represents a traditional form of art that makes use of a heated tip or a shining wire to scorch the surface. Nowadays, an electric pyrograph is being used that resembles a soldering iron and has replaceable tips different in diameter.
In this way a wide range of natural hues and shades is attained – such as sepia, or extremely dark dramatic effects. Depending on the tip and temperature that’s being used, and the way in which the tip is laid against the surface, different effects can be achieved. Pyrography requires a lot of time and patience. It is entirely done by hand, while each line and each dot are being drawn separately. Potential mistakes can hardly be amended, and that’s why it is very important to have a clear idea of the final image as well as the array of dark and bright fields before the beginning of the process.
As a surface usually bright wood is used, such as linden, maple or poplar, as they have a subtle texture and hence provide good contrasts. However, some other types of wood are used sometimes, such as pine and oak. Pyrography is also applied on leather objects. Nowadays, leather is usually treated by various chemicals in the process of tanning, so poisonous gases are being released while scorching it, and therefore it is necessary to be very careful and get acquainted with the safety measures.

Some websites that deal with pyrography say that everybody can do it and that it does not require any drawing skills – true but not entirely, in my opinion. I myself treat a pyrograph as a pencil or a brush, or as an ink pen. Each of my “paintings” is unique. They are all done by free hand – initially in pencil, so I can make corrections along the way before completing the final drawing, and then I use a pyrograph to complete the painting. I do not use copy paper or any other ways of copying images.

Pyrography provides vast possibilities for artistic expression, but it does not allow mistakes as corrections are usually an issue. Along with the contrasts made of light and shadows, achieving dramatic dark and pleasant sepia, creating different textures attained by using interchangeable tips of different shapes (sharp tips and blunt surfaces of different profiles), color can be used in the final stage, which gives a different dimension to the whole story.

For those who are not very skillful in drawing, copy paper is an option, but there are also books with drawing templates. However, I believe such books are still only available abroad. Besides making full size paintings it is also possible to make various decorative details on objects that have practical usage. Moreover, pyrography is used for calligraphy on wood (titles, quotes, ads, etc.)