Japanese inspired drawing. Watercolor pencil, colored pencil and indian ink on Japanese folded moleskine.
Indian ink and paper.
Indian ink, watercolor pencil and metalic golden ink.
My first entry on my moleskine for the international maoleskine exchange (group 50) has to do with the figures I’ve been drawing for some time. Ilha do Ferro is a community in the interior of my home state, here in Brazil. I love these pieces that represent ex-votos (“milagros” in Spanish) and I am always adding new symbols to them. They are women figures and are so beautiful. These little statues are carved on wood and their dresses do not have these patterns. I love drawing various patterns to them. I am a kind of fashion stylist to these “women”
This was made with watercolor pencil, indian ink and metalic golden pen.
My entry on Justin Monson’s moly as part of the International Moleskine Exchange Project, group 24.
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My work on Marta’s moleskine as part of the group 24 of the International Moleskine Exchange.
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