This is a new watercolor attempt on 340g paper. I used premium Rowney water colors from a very old watercolor set. The idea behind this drawing is to stop the time through a drawing made in a such special period we are living. Dreaming is always the best way to escape some tough reality.
Drawing Yoga as a former yogi is a real pleasure. I like this kind of scenes because it makes me focus on human bodies in an aesthetic way. I would like to draw more Yoga illustrations more detailed than my previous works.
The more I draw dancers, the more I enter in this mysterious world of gestures and harmony. I drew this one while listening to classical music and at the end of the process I had a thought : there is no humanity without art.
This is a pencil drawing inspired by ancestral Japanese artists from the 1800 AC era. Japanese painters are a huge source of inspiration that transcends time, they help me to look at past to think the present and the future. How about thinking our relationship to he others and to ourselves? For the first time […]
This is a training drawing inspired by one of my recent illustrations, the “Silent poets”. I also tried for the first time the Faber-Castell Pitt soft brushes and I’m quite glad about the result. Actually, brushes do not wet the paper and offer a watercolor like rendering.