The Highlighter Midas Touch

The myth of King Midas re-imagined on my sketchbook. Did I mention I love my yellow highlighter? One of the most important stationery inventions of modern times? I do.

Feline Watcher Black Marker and Highlighter on 8 x 5.5" Sketch Book

Feline Watcher
Black Marker and Highlighter on 8 x 5.5″ Sketch Book

Is there a Unicorn in the Room? Black Marker and Highlighter on 8 x 5.5" Sketch Book

Is there a Unicorn in the Room?
Black Marker and Highlighter on 8 x 5.5″ Sketch Book

Robotic Dreams of a Better Future Black Marker and Highlighter on 8 x 5.5" Sketch Book

Robotic Dreams of a Better Future
Black Marker and Highlighter on 8 x 5.5″ Sketch Book

Daniela’s Laboratory of Visuals is now on Facebook

 

 

It happened: I created a Facebook Page to share my artwork. Check it out, I’ll be posting mostly my recent work -some visits to the past as well, but the past is the past, my friends.

 

You can Like (or dislike) the page here.

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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.

Shameless doodling

Most of these drawings were made “a la doodling”. That means that I was probably bored either in class or in a meeting. Sometimes I also draw when I have a break from other activities or when a video is rendering. It’s like playing or meditating, a way of liberation. Some of these drawings were the basis for other artwork however, the majority of them live quietly in a box. I hope posting them here makes them happy.