This is a page from my very first Moleskine pocket watercolor journal, which I’m filling with illustrated haiku. The pear and background were painted wet-in-wet watercolor then copper gel pen accents were added on the pear’s leaf and stem. Finally, a fine point permanent marker was used to create the dotted border and haiku text. This page took about an hour to complete including drying time between glazes on the pear.
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Mali, Novembre 2010. Aisha: una delle simpatiche venditrici di Souvenirs al bac di Djenné. Water color on moleskine.
“Rudolph In My Room” A Christmas card drawing on Oslo Paper.
I decided to create personalized Christmas cards for my loved ones for this year.
Hopefully I can upload all the ones I’ve done.
I used Faber Castell Watercolor Pencils and A Winnie-The-Pooh mechanical pencil.
I wonder if Christmas lights count as glass? I know that there are also some made from plastic so yeah, lol.
Brittany. France. In Concarneau, there is a small shuttle that takes you from the old enclosed city to the other side of the harbour.
Such a lovely boat. could not resist to sketch it.
I used a Faber Castell artist pen a pocket box of watercolor Winsor & Newton on a watercolor Moleskine notebook
Drizzle. Tried new sketchbook instead of looking for parking. 18 street in Brooklyn. Watercolor and ink on very stubborn paper.
Snowy landscape, painted many years ago. But I still like the strange coloured sky. I don’t know what I was thinking when I painted it. Maybe I was just experimenting. Or maybe were northern lights…
Paisaje nevado, pintado hace ya muchos años. Pero aún me gusta el color extraño del cielo. No se en que pensaba cuando lo hice. Tal vez solo estaba experimentando. O quizás fuese la aurora boreal…