Ocean Avenue in Brooklyn. I used J.Herbin ink and few drops of blue watercolor. And listened to “Sunday Driver” songs. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCfbWrQkf6c
New Utrecht train station in Brooklyn. I used J.Herbin ink and 2 watercolor paints, green and blue, on Canson 140 lb pad.
Pretty famous place for best Chinese and bit of Thai food in Brooklyn, on 86 street, Bay Ridge, loved by young people. Even if we have to drive for pick up (they don’t deliver so far), it is still worth it. Unless I get creative and compose some special meal, lets say mixing Thai recipe with Armenian.
I used J.Herbin ink and Kuretake pens on Fluid pad. Touched with Lamy Safari pen, I forgot how rich and thick this pen’s lines.
Looking at Verrazano bridge through the trees. I pass that place hundred times and often stare at this beauty against the sky, and it seems that wind plays music on its strings like on gigantic harp.
Verrazano connects Brooklyn and Staten Island, where we have to take another bridge North through Goethals and South through Outerbridge, it is our way to New Jersey, unless we want to go through Manhattan and take George Washington bridge. To cross Verrazano going North cost $13 bucks.
I used ink and bits of watercolor from my tiny Bijou box.
“Five Guys”, in Kingston, Upstate NY. Love their burgers and huge portion of fries. Ink and Kuretake.
New Utrecht Ave train station in Brooklyn charmed me with green balls and stained glass decorations on the corners, even it looked a bit deserted and spooky. I used Diamine ink, touch of watercolor from my faithful Bijou box and a bit of Kuretake watercolor pens.
It says Smile in Japanese. I am finally trying Diamine ink in a full range. I like the color and flow, it is a very friendly sepia.
This weekend I became a happy owner of Kindle, present from my daughter, thank you tredecillion times Inna!
So what can I do? Draw.
I Used Diamine ink and green Kuretake for eyes on Bockingford 90 lb paper.