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Little table scene with hydrangea. It grows on the side of the house and despite severe negligence keeps blooming and gives us joy. I used sepia ink and Kuretake pens for color. More stirred my emotions more color goes into drawings. Paradox.
Sketch before breakfast in watercolor finished to the point when I was called in for breakfast and was not able to add some outlining with Uranus pen.
Underneath drew with watercolor pencil, Durer, on the top – Kuretake water brush. I like that is green. Pentel, Pilot and Koi water brushes transparent or bluish, Kuretake makes it in happy colors. I was a bit jealous to people from England, who can get em in colors, now got mine from London. I drew it with Zig Clean Color brushes by Kuretake, it washes like watercolor and tip is very delicate.
Mountain house. Ink and few Kuretake pens in watercolor Moleskine. This time I made few puddles of ink and add color from it. This few wet spots looks like tears drops. Tear drops for time when we were so happy there, or from cold I am suffering today? In reality it is green water brush, Kuretake, with big barrel.
I was curious up to what extent Kuretake pens will be able to go? I tried to keep it subdued, but colors played its own game. So here is delicious Nachos, my daughter made and I really enjoyed it. Kuretake pens, Kuretake 13, water brushes on Arches.
Mike. Is not he a good looking? I promised him a drawing. Now he is off to Saint Martin, turquoise water and white sand, so I will give it to him after he’ll be back, and I will add some lettering here.
Inna in ink. This is the last page of my Moleskine large. Very sad. Really liked it Watercolor paper. It started with “Chinese bakery” on October 30, 09. Anyway I used ink (mixed myself) and played a little with Axe-cut strokes in the hair, holding brush angular, Pentel water brush is the best.
Moai (Aka Easter Island Head) at Smithsonian Museum of Natural History. He’s right behind the guards who perfunctorily check your bag.