St. Petersburg White Nights water-colours with waterbrush into Moleskine Aquarelle Notebook.
latest updates: Watercolours
Same location as the previous sketch
I saw this odd-looking little insect crawling on my grey watercolour pencil, while laying on the grass.. It look like something that would come from a fiction!
I don’t know what it is, but the bug sure is interesting looking! Black and orange pattern with spikes on it little back.. Oh, that an actual size of the bug. Which will give you an idea how tiny it is..
……with water-colours and waterbrush into a mini Moleskine sketchbook under 70 min. Interest, that I used altogether 5 colours for painting: hooker green, ultramarine extra deep, paynes grey, titan white and ivory black.
St. Petersburg White Nights watercolours with waterbrushes into a great Moleskine Aquarelle Notebook.
Market hall sketch.
Budapest IX. Csarnok space, Market Hall building (Hungary)
With watercolours and waterbrush into Moleskine watercolour book (1h).
Mustang Boss 351 Fastback (1971)
my favourite car … the best vintage from 1971
(50 min sketch with Sakura and Talens watercolours and graphite pencil into my Moleskine Watercolour Notebook)
Figure drawing session of a Burlesque Performer dressing up like one of those sticker of a Chiquita lady you see on a Banana. It was my first time doing a figure drawing session in a long time until I found out about Dr. Sketchy’s in a newspaper.
I really would suggest to take a time to attend to one of their sessions.. It was interesting and quiet a twist to do figure drawings.. Its free to attend and my next session will be a Contortionist model..
For more information about Dr. Sketchy’s, check out here http://www.drsketchy.com/ Also, they have different locations all over the world.. Even in UK for some of you fellow British friends. =)
Shoes. These guys are waiting for winter to end so they can start to enjoy a well deserved rest. Ink pen and watercolour.
Sakura and Talens water-colours with waterbrushes onto my new Moleskine Watercolour Large Notebook:) (Joy to work with this!!!)
Sleeping Cat Nemuri-Neko. The figure of a sleeping cat has a special meaning and status in Japan and in Japanese art. Nemuri-neko [眠猫] is Japanese for sleeping or peaceful cat but it also is the name of a famous sculpture of such a cat in the Shinto Tosho-gu shrine in Nikko, Japan and has been an inspiration to Japanese artists. The first time I came accross such a sleeping cat figurine was in the house of Claude Monet in Giverny (now a museum). He had a special interest for Japanese art and received a sleeping cat figurine as a present from a Japanese. It lay very peacefully and cozyly on a cushion in the dining room and I found it very striking. I kept it in mind and later on bought one myself and now used it as a model for a watercolour.