I did this sketch in moleskine with ink, without preliminary pencil lines, freezing in a cold car, in double parking, in autumn shoes, for 15-20 minutes.
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Study for flesh tones in watercolour.
A quick sketch on my workplace grid pad. I plan on modeling a variation of this in 3D for a speed modeling challenge
From the bird collection at the Naturhistorisches Museum, in Vienna.
Ink, gouache and pastel.
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One of the weird creatures that lurkes in my sketchbook. It’s some kind of werewolf done in simple graphite pencils in a Medium plain Moleskine.
Self-portrait for the new template of the blog.
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Beetle. I won’t want to drive it, I like big cars, but have to admit, it is good looking. Sepia ink and couple of Kuretake pens.
Sketched people around me. This little boy with Mohawk noticed me drawing and engaged me into adult like conversation about drawings, styles, favorite pencils, anime, comics, comic stories about fights with devils, etc. I usually avoid even eye contact to keep my freedom, but had to respond to his direct questions. Funny, I didn’t feel that I am talking to a child, but to a fellow artist.
Pencil and ink.
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A page that grew from wanting to get back into my molie now that I’m back home and getting back to the routine.