Visiting my friends. I used Winsor and Newton small watercolor only (drawn here). Was a little too weird not to have regular red, here is Alizarin crimson, but I mixed it a little with yellow and it gave me red. Meat was delicious, so I wanted to pay tribute to this spontaneous party and our drawing session afterwards.
latest updates: watercolor
An experiment with markers, watercolor and Aquarelle water soluble pastels. A little more flowery than my normal work, but it happened any how.
watercolor and markers
Lyrics from the Deftones: Beauty School
You’re shooting stars
from the barrel of your eyes
it drives me crazy
just drives me wild
inspired by this: http://www.skineart.com/art/15553/star-gazerwatercolor-coffee-pig/
Hartmann’s Kaffee Haus, operated by Germans. Upstate, NY. We use to go there for sweets, authentic European cakes, cookies and pies. Food is also delicious, sausages. But mainly it was for a view on the way, called 5 Points, where you can see in the ocean of blue air 5 states, laying like you would see it from the airplane, like alive map. We called it celebration of life. Watercolor in Fabriano book.
Images from the National Zoo in Washington, DC. Watercolor and watersoluble graphite in a new mini (7 x 11 cm^2) Moleskine I made for myself with Strathmore Imperial 500 paper (hence the black thread). The smaller size forces me to be quick. The prairie dog gave me ca. 15 seconds before ducking back into his hole. The Reptile building was a bit stiller…
Motorcycle. That was a pretty one on the pavement of Sheepshead Bay Road in Brooklyn. I like boys toys. I used small Winsor and Newton watercolor in WC Moleskine A4, one Koi water brush with diluted blue watercolor and one Conceal Beauty makeup brush from CVS Pharmacy. And Kuretake 13.
My parent’s brand. Watercolor.