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Stones #5 – Lizards again

After the frog I felt like painting something that’s more suited to hot beach and river border stones. So back to the …

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Stones #4 – The Frog

On with the frog now, after the creepy spiders and roaches. Although the creepers look very good indeed, there were also requests …

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Stones #3 – For William

Ok, on we go with the next one. I needed to do something else than animals and, as fate would have it, …

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Stones #2 – Getting Real

After some initial pieces I wanted to get more realistic shape-, color-, highlight- and shadow-wise. I started with some creepers. Itsy Bitsy …

Stones #1 – The Beginning

This year we’ve again traveled the Corsica Island to spend our summer vacation in our trusty rusty old trailer (or Caravanne, as …

Wax Crayon Adventures

Wax crayons always were a lot of fun back in my school days. They produce such nice and subtle shadings when you …

Lead Pencil Sketching

While colored pencils on Canson paper look great, so does lead pencil on medium weight coated paper. These drawings were mostly done …

Watercolor Plant Study

Plants have such great structures once you start examining them a little closer. They really could make for a nice retro 70s …

Watercolor Classic Car series

These watercolor paintings are a series of panoramic images depicting classic US cars in a rather cartoony kind of setting. I’ve greatly …

Firestarter

Fire is a great thing (as long as it’s not burning your fingers or your house). Flames have so many different shades …

Canson Pencil Sketching

Canson papers yield a great choice of fine structured paper stock, perfectly suited for crayon, chalk or pencil drawings. Their color range …

Watercolor on Craft #2

Some more Watercolor paintings on craft paper. I like the wavy appearance of the paper when it is not fixed during painting, …

Watercolor on Craft

Rusting stuff, rotting packages – decay keeps fascinating me still. I also like the way the colors look on the textured craft …