Don’t stop questioning! Ink, acrylic paint & corrective fluid in a subversive mood.
latest updates: acrylic
Drawing based on the poem “O chão é cama”, by Carlos Drummond de Andrade. It’s very beautiful!
India ink, pastels, charcoal, watercolor, acrylic, collage and spray on handmade notebook.
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Eye in the Sky
I had some paint left over after my first attempt, and I hate to waste anything, so I painted another piece of cardboard in turquoise and built some patterns on it in purple.
After a comment Nikira made a while ago, I was inspired to try translating some of my moleskine ideas into larger compositions. This is my first try at building something with acrylic on cardboard.
Spring Trees – Watercolour with some acrylic
I finally got my bike out a couple of days ago. I cycled around the local roads and ended up on the path next to the headquarters of the Royal Bank of Scotland at Gogarburn. It is possible to see these magnificent trees from the busy A8 road which is just out of shot to the right of this scene. Normally, when driving, stopping is not an option as this is one of the main arterial routes into Edinburgh connecting the west and airport to the city. Cycling, however, gives an opportunity to stop and sketch which I did. This is the result from my preliminary sketch. The painting took some time which is just as well since the “cycling legs” will need time to recover before the next excursion.
Abstract in Acrylic
I got out my acrylic paints a few days ago and decided to play around with them. This page grew out of that experiment.
lately i’ve been paying much time doing cows on canvas.. this is a version of one of my paintings..
-watercolor and acrylic
This is my entry in my book for Moly-X55, the “Alice in Wonderland” exchange, part of the International Moleskine Exchange. Ink and acrylics. Please click on the image to see it larger.
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