A page inspired by a quiet winter night and my desire to explore patterns.
Rising Winter Winds
An abstract page in my Uncharted Waters sketchbook inspired by winter winds in the night.
A page done on a particularly cold night (although the weather has been ridiculously warm for the most part this year) with the wind gusting past outside.
A page that grew from wanting to get back into my molie now that I’m back home and getting back to the routine.
It’s gotten cold here again (always seems to do that, warm up for a bit and then get down to freezing for a while), so the trees are still looking dormant and full of winter. This page just grew around that idea a few nights ago.
This time I tried to keep Kuretake low key and used mostly ink and few Kuretake pens: ZIG ART & GRAPHIC TWIN and ZIG CLEAN COLOR REAL BRUSH. I really like dual points and watercolor like quality. This 303 Twin blue is awesome for sky and snow. Most of tall Kuretake doesn’t fit into my beloved Nomadic pencil case, I think I should look for bigger version of Kutsuwa Dr. Ion Mega Pencil Case. It is fun to have just pens with you and water brushes.
That same quiet evening from the last post, this time a page of purple ink. Once it was done it reminded me of a sunrise peaking into the mouth of a cave, perhaps on a cold winter morning, just after the solstice.