I'm a fantasy artist based in Argentina with a love for myths and nature.
I specialize in character design, fantasy, illustration, painting, traditional art, watercolour.
"She stopped to speak to him, altering her mind, and went on her way."
Trying to learn more about Kay Nielsen's style. He illustrated folk and fairy tales in the early 1900s for Grimm and Disney and others. I love his dark/moody style with everything so flowy, elongated, elegant, and tragic. And his amazing compositions.
Another work created in Lockdown in Berlin. Drawn on a piece of drafting paper from an ingenieering student in Leipzig, 1923. Like the cellar it was found in, it expresses a longing to be outside. A longing to feel of use, a job to go to or someone to visit. It is confusion and patience drawn out thin and ready to snap at any moment.
A work inspired by the great sounds of "Heavy Heavy". A mix of calligraphy, cartography, surrealism, typography, illumination and gilding.
Schmincke watercolour, W&N gouache, ink, on watercolour paper, 29x42cm, for sale
I have no mouth and I must scream! ink, watercolour, gouache and gold leaf on paper, 75x50cm, 2020, POA. Another artwork created in lockdown. A reflection of and introspection into thoughts and feeling of living during a pandemic.
Directionless Nightmare, mixed media on 1923 engineer students drafting paper, Leipzig, 500x396mm, 2021, POA.
I am back after a long break from here. Gonna be more regular again now after a absence. so this is a new piece. I hope you all like. Initial sketch was drawn over the weekend and had a redraw today.
Page 18 of my Journey Journal. A study of my first impressions of the city of Berlin. Ink, gouache, watercolour on toned paper.
Watercolour, ink and gouache on a graphic design students work from Leipzig 1923. Created during lockdown in response to Corona. For sale.
Same idea as previous dragon work but a bit difference way
Had a wonderful morning at Perry Lake painting this scene from the harbor. The soothing harbor sounds and a flock of pelicans taking a rest on their way to Texas were my companions. Swipe for a few detail shots. Also... a bonus fly for your nature enjoyment.
"A happy little planet but these aliens have landed and seem to be taking people away." A watercolored fountain pen drawing in my Moleskine sketchbook.
Drawing Prompt Submission