“Le plus faible”, aquarelle on paper by ventriloquistic
My latest aquarelle based on photography by Giulia Bersani.
Working on my next new masterpiece, just because I got inspired and I felt like painting naked bodies. It still needs a lot of work but I’m actually quite satisfied with it so far.
Yes yes yes yes yes yes yes I know sorry for the awful mobile phone quality but I’m just really excited about this portrait. Can’t wait to finish it in detail and get the shadows done!
Working on a rough pencil sketch of a
sexy portrait for about 40 minutes now and already in love with it. Let’s hope that it’ll turn out good eventually!
So I almost finished a new aquarelle painting (I always paint and sketch a lot when my exams are coming up, I wonder why…) and I’m pretty satisfied with it so far. I still need to add some more detail in the front and maybe create a background, but it’s turning out pretty cute.
My first aquarelle made in my new (and amazing) sketch book. I was really afraid to mess it up, but it turned out pretty nice. I managed to add some detail with a extremely small pencil (like the little bird) to make it look a little more refined.
Last night I found my aquarelle paint again (somewhere far away in a drawer with a lot of random stuff), so I decided to make a small aquarelle painting. I got inspired by a picture of nomads in the Sahara I found in the National Geographic Traveler magazine. I loved the warm tones of the pictures, created by the fire and immediately started to make a painting with a lot of yellow- and brown tones. It was harder than imagined but I eventually spent 30 minutes on the painting and it turned out pretty cute (if I may say so about my own work).
I really enjoy trying different techniques and styles (I haven’t found the true ‘me’ yet), and this is just another experimental project: a 3 minute charcoal portrait, with adding light and dark tones to a vague charcoal background.
Working on a new sketch because exams are coming and I’m extremely good at procrastinating although sketching is quite useful in my opinion but unfortunately it won’t help me to get high marks so… I’ll post a better picture when I finished it (phone quality).
So okay, this is my new sketch. It’s basically nothing special: just a swan’s head made with charcoal and with colour, but it’s something different than I usually make and it turned out to be quite nice. Oh and thanks to this drawing I found out that swans have teeth (yes they do, and no: I seriously didn’t know). If would mean a lot if you could check out some of my other sketches on my blog.