I am so often fascinated by the colors of the rising sun or a sign of a storm; that is a view from my window of a fake storm during sunset.
I’ll tell you that if they hadn’t smelled awesome, I wouldn’t have wanted to paint them.
This week more than drawing techniques, I want to talk about confining your landscape, general feature of composition and unevenness.
Evangelical Augsburg Church, Lublin
I realized that a drawing or a painting starts at the point that we disappointingly think that it is already ended.
Trinitarian Tower, Lublin
Previous week I mentioned that drawing a sea composition could give a more realistic result with watercolor; I repeat the same and add acrylic painting, too. About drawing waves, ripples and all that foam I can’t decide whether it’s so simple or just hard. I think playing with a color’s tones in the wave surface…
That is a fish in two pieces from Duran Duran’s Come Undone video clip; well, it appears something like that on screen, but on my canvas.
This week here I come with a little different style of drawings.
Based on the ‘Charging the Moon’ photo of my friend Dani’s, on his Instagram account as Mr Wallet ^^ First trial was on the black cartoon; the second is in here I share with you:
Here we go with a splash! You ready?