House in Brooklyn. I ran out of ink, so had to stop. It was pretty hard to scan, size is around 11×10 inches.
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Here inking of Liza. It is hard to draw her even she may stay on the same spot for long with day dreaming look. She is the sweetest and very sensitive cat. She likes to talk and answers on every word of yours. She still runs and jumps like she use to, bumping into walls no more. Whenever I am upset she is the first to rub her head against me and lick my hand, looking into my face. Everyone loves her, us, cats, dogs and our friends. I still didn’t catch her kind expression, so more drawings of Liza to come. I used Ink and Kuretake H20.
Shlomo Carlebach, known as The Singing Rabbi. I always have his CD in the car, whenever I feel sad or hurt, I listen to his voice, sometimes without words, it has sort of healing power, his love for people. So I drew portrait, as I admire people who made a difference. Used Sepia ink and Kuretake H20.
I am grateful for my friends. I am grateful to you. Eating salad in my friend’s place made me think of eternity. I used ink and H20 green Kuretake on aged piece of watercolor paper. Again it was a little too big for my scanner, so cropped a bit on all sides.