Bread recipe I found out at Thanksgiving dinner, learned from Switzerland artist. Ink in Moleskine.
I was really touched by the story someone sent via email about englishman Nicholas Winton, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicholas_Winton who instead of planned ski vacation in Switzerland went to Czechoslovakia and saved 669 lives of children during Nazis occupation. Winton kept his humanitarian exploits under wraps for many years until his wife Greta found a detailed scrapbook in the ATTIC in 1988. I used ink and blue for eyes in WC Moleskine A4. I am glad I did it on Thanksgiving.
Sketched people on the way and bagel I didn’t eat in pencil from 1930 and couple of colored pencils from 50′s.
Sketching on the way in brown book, I found on my shelve and trying different media to see how it works on this thin paper.
Childhood. Wanted to depict this special feeling of childhood, intense readiness to be happy. Which gets worn out with age. I used ink and couple of Inktense pencils in watercolor Moleskine, I used my new Pilot water brush, I got on ebay, I like it, watery.
Sheepshead Bay from Manhattan Beach side, view on Canal and Emmons ave. Peace and quiet on this side, shopping and restaurants on the other. I used ink and blue pencil for the bridge and roofs of Loehmann’s.
Nothing special about this street in Brooklyn, but it caught my eye. When you start wondering, you won’t notice how you start speaking in familiar language all the time, how everything translated into visual images. I used ink in Moleskine, red and yellow Pitt brushes for touch of color.
Tangerines for my daughter. I liked it on black plate. I used ink and wanted more color, so used few Inktense pencils pretty unusual way In Moleskine A4. Could not resist adding few words in Japanese. Sort of cryptic way of expressing my mood.