Ok, I need to show you something: my new primary palette! Carved stone made by a friend. Love it! Used it already for the owl.

Another quick sketch. Painting white sometimes come easy to me... This was one of those cases.

Quick sketch.

So tired... I barely got to paint over the last few weeks. But yesterday I felt the urge again, so I did some quick sketches.

Busy week... I still found some time to paint a goose portrait and finally review the ArtGraf Earth Colours. I like how they feel, but they might not be for everyone. Still the result makes me very happy.

Enjoy your weekend my friends!

Sketchy sketch... These ones are great for a quick drawing inbetween without planning it ahead.

Pidgeons... There was that one day I'll remember forever when I was joined by a pidgeon when I had tea and cake alone in Warsaw. It sat on the chair on the other side and was polite. So I shared the cake and made new friends.

Also... A monochrome study using ArtGraf Tailor Shapes. Review is on the channel or Ko-Fi in written form.

You know how our brain makes us do weird things at times? I just spent making one birthday card for more than 5 hours...

Completely painted landscape, interactive, 2 layers and if you turn the pole a origami fish comes out of the water.

For a collab with other artists to make aware of the waste we produce by using single use masks, I painted on one. Also it really bothers me that I find so many thrown away in nature. That's just not ok.

I miss my sewn reusable masks a lot, which were washable and reusable.

Gouache on a mask.

I'm not completely sure why I tend to create themed series... But here's another monkey.

Another simple monochromatic monkey portrait.

Ans although half my life sketching was always done with a pencil, I'm pretty comfortable sketching with a brush too.

I'm currently into minimalistic art (at least for me) with as little supplies as I need, no extensive sketching and just have the goal of having fun and relax a bit while painting.

This one was painted in the toned paper sketchbook again using the monochrome graphite/chalks.

Playing with water soluble charcoal on toned watercolour paper.

Did you try something like that?

Good morning!

Unhappy news: the watercolour database is down for a few days due to an unanounced update on the server, which now leads to an error.

It will be fixed and we'll use it for an opportunity to improve.


Suse didn't last long. Reinstalling... Going back to Fedora and Gnome. Let's hope for the best and solutions to my impossible pc problems.

Painted this little bird illustration for a review.
The VanGogh paints are really nice student grade paints, but I'm not convinced by the colour selection in the Floral Pocket Box as it's weird for mixing.
At least the palette looks cute. ;)

Female Red-bellied Woodpecker, Sterling Heights, Michigan 6/2/2021

Originally thought the bird had a white stripe on its beak, but the photos reveal that it's some kind of insect.

#bird #birding #nature #photo

A few nights ago we had a full moon, that looked just amazing with all the clouds around. So I decided to paint it in my sketchbook.

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