->>Materials: pencils, graphit powder, ballpoint pen, goldleaf
Finding balance is an important step toward learning who we truly are.
On the weekend I faced a new problem. I had a specific theme in mind which inspired me to do some art about it. But the problem was, when thinking about this theme, I couldn’t clearly focus on one picture – it was more like a array of several little pictures which created the whole work. And so I decided to do a little comic-thing.
In the past days I wanted to practise drawing (backgrounds & in general) with acrylics as preparation for a larger work I’m planning to create.
So here are four quick acrylic landscapes on canvas (18x24cm):
->>Materials: charcoal, pencils, ink, ballpoint pen, goldleaf-imitation
Actually, this started as a little experimental work, as I bought two new art tools a few days ago: goldleaf and charcoal, which I wanted to try out, of course. And as I let my hands run wild on the paper, an old fellow formed on it, demanding to be drawn again, requesting my attention. Filling my mind with his silent whispering.
Since a long time I’ve always wanted to have claws (and wings ;D), but as human being I have nails (how boring!). So for a while I had this idea in mind to make myself some claws – and finally I realised this little idea.
->>Materials: acryl, pencils, colored pencils, ballpointpen
->>Materials: Acrylics, Ballpoint Pens, Coloured Pencils
“All living things contain a measure of madness that moves them in strange, sometimes inexplicable ways.“