Winter. On my way to work, I stopped to draw this snow scene in Moelingen (Belgium). Drawn in the front seat of my car, through the window, it was too cold outside.
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Evening snow – Watercolour with “glitter” in a Watercolour Moleskine
Just playing around with different media, this was inspired by some vivid sky colours near the end of a cold, crisp day. You can see the photo which gave me the sky colours at:
Last snow? Watercolour in A4
Just when I came from Nepal and pleasant 26 oC there was (hopefully) last snow of the winter covering mountains around Sarajevo.
The winter Olympics being on tv means I actually get to watch my favorite sport, curling (also called the roaring game for the sound the stones make sliding down the ice) which we have to thank the Scots for inventing. The curling club in Pittsburgh is holding an open house next week and I plan on being there seeing how it goes.
I couldn’t resist a little digital manipulation in order to complete the water crystal/snowflake pattern posted yesterday. With the whole thing put together, I can almost see it dancing in a soft winter wind, drifting toward a branch or blade of grass, waiting to catch it.
Watercolour and marker in the Carrion’s River. The coldest morning…
Sketch done this morning in the Carrion’s river in Guardo (Palencia). At the botton, the Espigüete mountain covered by the snow. Watercolour and marker. About 1 hour and 30 minutes.
I received a lovely holiday card with these snowflakes flurrying across the envelope. I liked them so much I pasted them in my molie and then drew in the rest of the snow flurry to keep them company.