Sky of Dreams
A collage page from my ‘chronicle’ sketchbook.
Kuretake ink pens include– ZIG millennium Ink pens… ZIG painty fx (Xylene free) paint pens… and ZIG wink of stella, the rest— ,Deco color paint pens = they are nice…but smelly full of Xylene , Elmers painters – paint pens, Sharpy oil paint pens ,Gelly rolls, moon light and normal , Pilot metallic silver paint pen, Pilot g-tec-c4 gel pen, Pentel slicci metallic gel pen, acrylic paints, on a mini moleskine … this was under a flash…. but it did catch some of the metallic effects nicely …. and the story——–This is the same family of rare Japanese turtle ducks, featured on my previous upload…they are another wave…. in the distance….. this time you meet some other family members… ,while inside their living, growing, home, on a hill top overlooking their favorite beach…….Inside there house, one turtle duck is bathing in warm water…but keep on mind…, what you see is merely the entrance and that’s just a guest bath…. most of the house, including living room, kitchen, library, showers, ect… are all for the most part located…just above, the page…. and behind the leaves… aka….on the . ..next (unfinished) page… so…..its…. to be continued ….
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…..
A page in my Uncharted Waters Sketchbook (never enough time to work on this one, lately, it seems).
Another page in the ‘Uncharted Waters’ sketchbook, playing around with acrylic paint again.
An octopus attacking a pirate ship! Made with inks and watercolors. I wanted to play with my new sponges mostly.