To break up the series of digital paintings I've been caught up in lately, I decided to have a go at a marker drawing again. There's not much new here, with main elements like mountains, cabins, fence posts and people. All of my favourites, summed up 🙂 Anyway, I hope you like the drawing, and…
Living together in a tight squeeze, these two neighbours: Seems a bit unnecessary, but I guess they must really like each other. At least they didn't go with the same colour of paint on the walls. That would be a bit too much.
The boats look so sad in this drawing. It wasn't my intention, but it was the first thing I noticed when it was done. I've decided that the reason for it is some bad weather coming in, chaining them to the docks. If you're a boat, that must sure be a sad day.
These are some pen drawings I doodled a while ago, and decided to add some marker colour: There's not much to them.It was just nice to draw them while thinking on something else, or not thinking at all.I hope you like them, and that you're having a nice day 🙂
For a lot of norwegians, spending the summer at home means hiking in the mountains. Instagram- and Facebook-feeds are bursting with photos of people together on the peaks, enjoying the view and often something extra.In line with good weather, an increasing amount of people trudge up the trails, past the stocky cabin areas and up towards…
There are many ways to take. Some are steep. Others are simple. Some goes up, and some goes down. You can only reach the end of the road you choose. The rest is up to your imagination.
When you travel desolate roads there are few options to get your groats. The food may be expensive and the beds are hard as stone. But it's better to be inside than left outside alone.
Steep but simple. Right to the top. That's what I though. Before I went up.
A lot going on here. I don't know why. At least there's a pig. Looking up at the sky.
Dried up and left to rot. That's the fate for this old yacht. But in the height it found it's ease. Tired of sailing the seven seas.