“looking the right place for a tattoo”
latest updates: graphite
I entered a flower shop and I quickly sketched some things I liked. A few minutes later, in a restaurant, the waiter brought me a bad coffee and I used the last drops to put some shadows on the sketch, so I used the coffee plate as a palette. Is the first time I did this on a normal Moleskine, so I didn’t knew the paper is too thin for this. The waiter, with his big moustache decorating my right shoulder, started telling me a story about an old friend in the army while I was still sketching other things and faces around me. Maybe next time he’ll serve me a better coffee. I hope.
graphite and some coffee on plain 9 x 14 cm notebook
For other sketches, you can check my draWalking and bloganalog tags in my blog (sorry, only Romanian version for the moment) at http://arhitectul.wordpress.com.
I sketched this quickly on a visit to downtown Seattle with my sister over the weekend.
Harvest Time II
Following close on my first page for this month’s theme challenge, this one popped up. The scythe and the stalk of wheat are some of my favorite pieces of iconography associated with harvest time and they show up here together, along with a waning crescent moon.