Coney Island. Went to walk dogs, end up sketching from the car. Bijou box(the best toy. Z)and WC molly.
Another lovely scene which goes to show it doesn’t matter what size of Moleskine you use.
The whole Moleskine didn’t fit in the scanner, so I had to figure it out and used Photomerge in Photoshop, something I never knew before yesterday. So now I dream about A3, the biggest?
Как всегда – потрясающе красиво!!! Порадовала глаз!
Ирина, если не секрет – какие краски Вы используете в работе? С ув., м(я)у.
Nikira, this is lovely. An so are those other last 5-6 posts that I faved all. I was a bit sick since Sunday, so just had time to glance through and fave, but no strength for comments. Take this as a comment on all of them. Your daughter got herself the best possible gift to treasure. Your Bijou is marvelous. I love your blues, greens and yellow-oranges! Take A4 first. A3 is hardly portable, but that’s the matter of preference.
@Cat Da Vinci. Thank you. On the street I use Bijou box, the smallest watercolor set, which fit 12 half pans( comes with 8, 4 I bought extra)
And otherwise I use Lukas(amazing 48 colors) and dry Shin-Gansai by Holbein
Ziza, glad to hear you better now, I missed your ironic comments and enjoyed your posts. Wonderful to hear about your interesting past, travels. I want to get A4 from Amazon together with the book “The new drawing on the Right side of the brain”, I heard it is interesting book.And may be “30 min sketching” by Crawshaw. But I just got 2 A5, so have to draw furiously, because I hate unfinished things. My teacher used to demand 100 sketches a day.
Just for the sake of justice the “little-big” one (i.e., small called “large” – since it was larger than pocket size when it hit the market), is not an A5. It is much slimmer than A5 but it’s close. Newer A4 and A5 follow different German technical standards (not so common in painting), while the older small ones followed something else. I need a couple of pocket-sized to have for fun.
Why don’t you do several in the same time. I see no harm in it. They will all ultimately be finished…
Thank you for missing me – I miss to be missed!
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