I love drawing houses.
I felt like drawing birdhouses and this came out in my large Moleskine.
Drawing homes is my new form of meditation. I get lost in building the structure slowly, line after line. I could do this forever...
The garden of the architect and houses of Kassel
I love drawing old houses. I started this sitting in my car and later finished drawing the details in while in my studio.
some houses sketched in freetown and kenema/ Sierra Leone
Two old houses in Alkmaar, The Netherlands
I love drawing old houses, another monochromatic study in ink and gouache.
People who live in glass houses shouldn't avoid tending the lawn.
I'm oddly obsessed with old houses right now. Done with Micron markers and Art markers.
Made this illustration inspired by workshop.
Another old house, but this time experimenting with an unexpected palette
Drawn on holiday in Germany, a recreated historical village, the houses stand in the water on wooden poles
Here’s a bunch of oldies from ca. 2000-2005, which I came across while moving houses...
Micron and Copic pens with watercolor
Small doodles on post-it notes to kill the time in an annoying job years ago. I came across these while moving houses recently.
The name "Mokumokuren" literally means "many eyes" or "continuous eyes". The Mokumokuren is considered by the Japanese to be one of the traditional inhabitants of haunted houses.
The only way to remove the spirit from the wall is to patch up the holes in it.
Took the opportunity to use the prompt to do an illustration for a personal project. A key describing the symbols would be super long here, but the curious can see them listed at https://inkpaperstring.com/lunar-houses/
Birdhouses in Trees colouring page
Mortal Elvarelyn is telling Erik & Abigail about her life when she was an Alceridian demon before Qasaherim exiled her whilst Bernard scowls at them at the same moment when Gerard is reading the Bible.this is actually the first drawing I worked on CSP but it took me weeks to finally finish the background since im not too keen on drawing them.I even drew a house (it's the first time in years actually)it looks shabby but then again lots of peasant houses were shabby and small.
They lurk inside our houses or our minds.
Played with cheapest watwrcolours on watercolour paper.
My mind is on Puna so much lately. I love Hawaii...was born there and rediscovered it as an adult. I stay in Puna area when I go, in little houses I rent, or once, housesitting for a friend. This drawing was made one day when Mom and Dad and I went to Pohoiki to sketch. This little cottage and park is in the path of the flow and may already be gone. You can no longer drive there as the roads have been cut off by the lava flow. My heart goes out to all Hawaii residents dealing with this massive lava flow, and the VOG that goes with it.
There might be a few weird reflections in this as I had to take a pic of it on my screen to get a file large enough....I gave the original to a friend who lives near the park.