A Foamy Shore

Another session, another pallette knife painting. This one I made during a local gathering for painters in the town where I live, and was actually an attempt to paint over a church view I was pretty unhappy with. To be able to paint over the church I needed to get a thick coat of paint…

A Yellow Sundown

This is an acrylic painting I made a week ago. I don't know how I feel about it, really. On the one hand, I do like how the mountains in the center ended up. I used a pallette knife to kind of scrape the paint on, which made some paint from the yellow background shine…

Drawing a Face

One of the things I've learned over the years is that drawing people is hard. Either the proportions are off, the movements unnatural or the faces way to crooked. I'm still struggling painting realistic humans, but at least there are some progress when it comes to painting cartoonish people. Even though I wish I was…

A late recap of 2018

2018 was the year I started exploring new mediums. Starting out using watercolour I soon expanded to pen, pencil, marker, digital drawing and acrylics as well, wanting to try as many different mediums as possible. The thought behind this was getting as versatile as possible, but also, in the long run, figuring out which mediums…

Eyes, Eyes, Baby

This is a drawing I made a couple of days ago, when I had no specific plan of what I wanted to draw. I started drawing an eye, and noticed that it actually looked a lot like some kind of insect. So I started drawing more of them, varying some of the shapes and sizes.…

11 new hours in 30 seconds (Pastel city)

A while back I did a post called 11 hours in 30 seconds, showing a digital drawing I made of a cartoonish street. It looked like this: It ended up standing alone on my page, so I decided, since making the first one were such fun, to try and do another one. In the new…