Snow. Looking outside. Hating Sears. Watercolor, Bijou box.
Smile, February 2010, Theme Challenge
My cat Fellini. He makes me smile all the time.Whenever I am home he demands my full attention. He is screaming sadly and weak behind the door of my work room, so I have let him in and he is happily worming up his butt on Time Machine or walking in front of the computer. He runs in front of me with his head backwards, looking if I am strictly following him, so I have to protect him from bumping into walls. He likes to walk with his eyes closed in the morning. And he is outcast among other, normal cats. I used Shin-Gansai in watercolor Moleskine.
I used white pen I got from JetPens on the top of graphite wash and touch of Shin-Gansai watercolor.
Small piano, drawn in my last year planner Moleskine. I am at the end of my pocket Moleskine sketch, so now becoming frugal.
Morning meal. I started last Wednesday (with Bijou), finished this Wednesday with my new Shin-Gansai paints, I got today from Japan. I love candles, so whenever I am not afraid that cats may catch fire, I burn candles.
Sketching at lunch. I miss scribbling in my Moleskine. This is not food, paints, glazes mixtures. Ink, sepia, pocket Moley.
My favorite Chinese. This small Chinese restaurant in Brooklyn operated by the family: mother, father and 2 sons. The best food. All ingredients feels natural and wholesome. On the counter standing fat laughing Budda with openings for coins on the pedestal. One of the sons riding on green electric bike with the motor, looks like tiny motoroller. Charming place.
January doodle. I carry my Moleskine everywhere, and whenever I have a minute to myself, I take it out and scribble, even wipe my brush at lunch, even add a memo to myself. So this sketch went through Subway trip, Luster stone sponge, evening tea with my favorite french blue mints, stare at my military phone and to do list.