Cheese, morning coffee in ink and Kuretake brush pens in Alpha.
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Attractive house at Manhattan Beach in Brooklyn. I went for appointment and was surprised again by diversity of architecture and by new construction. May be it is my ability to see things in a new light, that makes me get charmed by the same objects, no wonder I love Proust so much, or may be houses do grow on Manhattan Beach like mushrooms after the rain.
I am running out of ink and using more and more not favorable leftovers and hesitate to throw art things out, so here I used old ink mixtures, Kuretake brush pens, Muji pen on Bockingford 90 lb paper.
Periwinkle car on Ocean Parkway in Brooklyn, main artery leading to the ocean, which starts behind that bridge with the “Q” train running over it. Brighton Beach Ave is under the train.
I used Sepia ink and few Kuretake pens on Hahnemuhle torchon paper.
Eggplant Stromboli and 2 inks I mixed (from New York Central art supply store) and few Kuretake pens for color.
Kuretake Co’s. ZIG line of multiliners, gelly rolls and paint pens on a mini moleskine. and now…
The story behind it , hehehe
This is a family of rare Japanese turtle-ducks , The father is watching as his children catch a big wave. The family outing is made possible by the full moons illumination, otherwise the father turtuckin would of lead them home a few hours earlier, just to be safe……..and..hmmm lets see…The moma Turtle-duck is at home in the tree-house near the shore, she does not enjoy the night swimming as she did when she was a Turtle-duckling…..but, next time she will accompany them on a day trip!…..to be continued…..
Saturday morning. Fancy breakfast near computer. Mini tarts staffed with salads, easy treat, good looking. Playing with 2 inks and Kuretake pens. Dirty washes. Really like little Zig Clean Color Real Brush. Such wonderful tip of the brush. Did with it few touches on leaves on the cup.
Dunkin Donuts coffee really helps when you burned by brainstorming about mural’s composition, color range, researches, with very few hours of sleep every night, unable to decide whether you should make a pea soup for tonight and finish sketch in Sepia or grab a takeout and watch another episode of “Desperate Housewives”. Fellini likes to check what’s in the bag hoping for fried chicken, since he can’t smell and his vision is poor, he takes long time to inquire.
I used Sepia and 2 Kuretake brush pens on old paper.