I generally make marks on something every day, but I'm really TRYING to do it purposefully in one singular location (journal). Here is a successful attempt from that particular day. I'm also super lazy, which means I never go up to my actual studio and only use what's out on my computer desk.
Watercolour and coloured pencil on watercolour paper.
a village built over the sludge waters of the land . each house is cobbled together by means of any materials sturdy enough .
Mixed media: markers, watercolour pencils, acrylic. This is an old doodle from ca. 2003, which I came across while moving houses. I added a bit of colour today and few lines...
You know those movies where they explore houses in the middle of the night with poor light and.... then this music starts to play?
Created with a fine line pen on paper.
doodling houses with ink and water color
I generally make marks on something every day, but I'm really TRYING to do it purposefully in one single journal at a time. I also have super ADHD, which means I pretty much never go up to my actual studio and usually only use what's out on my desk, because out-of-sight-out-of-mind.
Acrylic paint on canvasboard.
Draw the accidental greenhouses you want to see in the world. From Hotel California: http://bit.ly/teenyrobots-hotelca
pen and ink drawing of houses in blues
Got the idea from a vacation. I did this with aqua brush pens. Very easy to use.
I love to create imaginary places with a black brush pen on paper.
"This time, there was no other reality." ~ A blackout poem from a recycled page of Dealing with Blue, a young adult romance.
This is the the Icelandic parliament house in Reykjavik Iceland.
Usually I don´t draw houses, I am more into faces, but have always wanted to draw houses though and enjoy watching them. This house has always been one of my favourite.
Making postcards from junk mail. so Inception of me.
A pastel look at people looking at crows from their strange little houses that are seemingly steam powered.
I stumbled across this old mill some years ago while walking in Drefach-Felindre. The area was once a hub of the wool industry, and now houses the National Wool Museum. I only managed to discover its name when I was doing a Google search as at the time of drawing, it was up for sale as an 11 bedroom property!
Urszyg [oorshig] – a daimon watching over garden cabins, summer houses, dachas, etc. He’s very fond of DIY projects, grilled dishes (although he wouldn’t say: „No“ to a good cat food). Unfortunately, he also likes strong beverages (particularly if they have a cherry flavor). For this reason, not all of his repairs and DIY projects can be considered successful. Generally, however, he is a good soul and I can‘t say anything bad about him.