Posts Tagged ‘Drawings’
I love traveling! It is one of the greatest joys for me to get on that train and head to some inspiring place and meet some amazing people. So last weekend Alex and I hoped on a train and 3 hours later we found ourselves in Rotterdam. Take a look at my latest video taking you with us on our weekend trip, showing you my travel sketchbook, colors and brushes and how I draw and paint on the go. Ready? Here we go…
I decided a week ago to try out a new form of art – video! After a couple of days of purchasing new camera, coming up with ideas for movies, practicing and actual shooting Alex and I created our first two videos about me and my work. So exciting!!! :)
Holiday season is here and so is my new free printable calendar 2011 as an early holiday gift to all the wonderful people who have been supporting me and my work online and offline! :) 2011 is the year of Rabbit and so my calendar is featuring cute hungry bunnies. Enjoy!
For the last five months I’ve been drawing a lot with charcoal. It was a totally strange medium for me at the beginning and it felt limiting because of it’s lack of bright colors. But over the time, as I started to feel more confident with a stick of a charcoal in my hand, I began to appreciate the nice texture, contrast and variety of techniques this medium offers.
It is time to show my progress in live drawing sessions I’ve been taking at Art Center in Groningen BK050 since last September. As I had no previous experience with live drawing before and no idea about charcoal as a drawing medium, I was really excited to try them all out. You can view my post about sketches from the first lesson on my old blog.
My dear friends, I would like to wish you all a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year of 2010! Thank you very much for all your support and feedback on my work! Every comment and message makes me happy! :) Hope you all will have a wonderful time celebrating holidays and a great beginning of a new year full of smiles and adventures!
I must say that I really love the idea behind Mail Me Art project by Darren Di Lieto! It is a British-based project that aims to showcase a collection of artworks by different artists who participate by creating artistic envelops and mail packaging and sending them by normal post. What a fun way to create something unique and share it with others! :)
While experimenting with the combination: Adobe Illustrator CS4 and Cintiq 12wx I found a lot of new possibilities for my vector illustrations. One of the first results I got is this new vector “Jungle Beauty” with a sweet Indian Girl riding a cute decorated Elephant on a Jungle forest path.
You can download it by clicking on the preview image of the calendar in this post.