Nothing says I love you more than a weird postcard

These are the results of experimenting with acrylics and ink.

Embrace Acrylics, Ink and Watercolor 5" x 7"

Embrace
Acrylics, Ink and Watercolor
5″ x 7″

Rabbit's Orange Cape Acrylics, Ink and Watercolor 5" x 7"

Rabbit’s Orange Cape
Acrylics, Ink and Watercolor
5″ x 7″

White Core Acrylics, Ink and Watercolor 5" x 7"

White Core
Acrylics, Ink and Watercolor
5″ x 7″

In this collage  you can see the detail of the wavy texture of the acrylics.

Texture Detail - Collage

Texture Detail – Collage

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Portrait from White Shadows

I absolutely believe this is a scene from another dimension, one  we can’t understand or even interpret. This might not be the full picture, just what our limited human senses can experience. No matter how much we can expand, our humanity sets our limitations. There are worlds which remain a mystery.

Portrait from White Shadows 5 x 7" Mixed Media

Portrait from White Shadows
5 x 7″ Mixed Media

The conflicted mind of color in the twodimensional city.

By the end of November 2011, I finished 2 more watercolors for the on going City Battle series. Let me introduce you to

“Giants Talk”

Watercolor 23" x 30"

and

“Solar Warrior prepares for the Rain”

Watercolor 23" x 30"

(Both of these artworks were already sold).

And more to come, soon.

Gone with the Worldcup

Here is the result of drawing while watching the final games of the worldcup.

Pink paper

I have a bunch of drawings from my time at film school. Many of them were drawn on coloured paper, and there is an explanation for that. In scriptwriting, there is a color code standard for the revisions or drafts. First draft is written on white paper; second draft goes on blue, third on pink. More colours follow the sequence: yellow, green, gold. In next posts you’ll see more coloured paper.