Growing up in Wester Norway, there has been quite a few storms. And I guess the houses can get a little deformed. The people in the houses still choose to stay. Cause how can you really ever move away?
Everywhere they wander about. Regular people with all of their doubt. But if you look close you might well see. How big they are when you just get to meet.
Sometimes it's nice to be the odd one out. Sometimes not so much. Maybe that was my thought when drawing this scene. If not I have no idea why 🙂 I hope you are doing alright, and are having a good day.
I can imagine it has been a long day outdoors. Now, with the sun setting, it's time to change clothes, start dinner and light up the fire. Then it's off to bed. Tomorrow it's right back to it. I hope you are doing alright, and are having a good day 🙂
I've done a few of these drawings adding markers. So I thought it would be interesting doing one using just ink: I think it turned out quite nice and simplistic. But I'll have to admit that I like the added colour from a marker 🙂
I don't know if this drawing is peaceful or just boring. I guess it could be both 🙂 I just didn't feel like adding any people to the scene. It seems so calm and quiet as it is. So I'll just let it be, with the wind blowing by and some birds in the sky.…
Before a big hike it's nice to get a good nights sleep. This is a place to get it, with a nice woodstove and an old, wiggly bed: That's the charm of it all, though 🙂 I hope you are doing alright, and that you're having a nice day!
This is a drawing in a looser style than I usually use: To be honest I just let my hand run free, not caring at all about the details. I kind of like how it turned out. And if you look a bit closer there's a few people walking up from the background. Kind of…
Sometimes you just need to be alone. Staying inside and pretending you're not home. I guess that's what the owner of this cabin had in mind when building it: I hope you're doing alright, alone or with company, and are having a good day 🙂
I've bought me a new fountain pen, and needed a good session to break it in. One of the drawings that came out of it was this one: I decided to have a go at a hut with a turf roof, which was a very fun challenge. This was not my first attempt, though, but…