Autumn in Brooklyn. Ink. On the top is my list, I didn’t plan to use the whole spread, but brunches looked so interesting, so I let it be.
Umbrella. Brooklyn street. Ink and white in Moleskine. This Moleskine paper seems much deeper than my previous one.
Meal. First page in my new Moleskine, Skizzenbuch. Paper seems more yellow than in previous, Red Moleskine, more antique look. I used ink here.
This is last page in my red Moleskine, already one part of a jacket. I wanted it to be about love. It started on April 13 with dead Nikita and ends with love and hope. Pig has a little hat, canvas top from a jar with preserved fruits. Ink and white in Moleskine.
Brooklyn. Used Hero pen with ballerina nib, turning on both sides, getting different line width, in my red Moleskine.
It is 2 sketches here. First I sit near the fire and drew tea boxes, than, after trying this amazing liqueur, my friend brought from France, I sketched it on the top of the tea box, and the level of liqueur in this double bottle got lower and lower… Watercolor and ink in Holbein sketchbook.
Colgate Lake. Went to the lake, drew from the car. Watercolor and pen in small Holbein sketchbook. Walk there with Pig, it was so cold that my ears froze and almost fell off.
Pencils, laying over vintage watercolor set, I use sometimes, laying over my sketch with music plate in Moleskine.