Quick sketch: 2 of many, many various beautiful temples in the Kathmandu central square… apart from doves and pigeons you can see a grat eagle flying over. Rather common scene over there… This was my ONLY free day (Saturday). They work 6 days a week and so did I…
Left: Sleepy lady on the opposite side of the plane. I somehow managed to get seats in exit area where there is more leg-room (as I’m 192 cm or 6’4″)
Right: Thrill-full flight over Nepal – wonderful terraces that cover ALL the mountains below 4000 m ASL (~12000 ft)…
My flight(s) to Nepal.
Even though it’s not far from it – it isn’t Tibet…
Lefthand side an Arab girl, 2 random guys and me reaching for something. Righthand side – sleepy plain Istambul-Doha.
The trip took over 24 hours with stops and I was too tired to draw.
Ink in pocket moley
Another one by my son whose portrait can be seen on the opened page. It was taken in beer brewery and you can see bubbles coming out of the book!
My moley collection by my son and his mighty EOS 7D camera.
I scaled it down a bit (hundredfold) and cut down a bit…
Eternal hunting grounds – watercolour.
(The photo is) even more out-of-focus but you can “get the idea”
Backyard view from my window.
Sarajevo. Watercolour in A4.
This was unusually bright night lit by a dust-like flurries and a moonlight.
Old clock tower in Sarajevo Baščaršija.
Painted by W&N artists’ aquarelle paints and da Vinci Artissimo + 2 Voyage brushes (as seen above) in my new microscopic (pocket watercolour) Moley. I expected it to have perforations as advertised but I suppose “they” dropped that option meanwhile.