A Summer Sunset

Just a wee bit similar to my recent watercolour painting, this one. And to be honest, that was exactly what I was going for: The main difference between them, though, is that I used darker paint and two strokes for the details in this version. I think that made it a bit too dark, and…

A Summer Evening Walk

Another watercolour painting, which I'm not really sure how I feel about. I think it turned out pretty good, but the people didn't turn out quite the way I planned. Maybe that doesn't matter, though, and I should just be happy with the way they ended up. Anyway, it does look like a pretty nice…

Sunset Out At Sea

It felt great being back with the watercolours again, after quite some time apart. Our meeting startet with a lot of mistakes and random strokes, but after one, two and three papers in the bin I felt that I started to get the grip on it again. It was so nice to just splash on…

Waiting for the Right Moment

I have fun making these slack hills, putting some people and fences on top: This I imagine is an evening in late summer.A few guys sitting around in the hunting tower, waiting for the right moment. They might not be the most experienced hunters, though.As the target looks to be closer than they think...

A Sassy Street

After painting a lot of landscape scenes, it was time for a visit back to the city. Maybe not the city, come to think of it, but at least the suburbs. The painting is made using felt pens and van Gogh watercolours, and I like the end result. It just looks a bit sassy :)…

In thin Air

Another one of these long, steep hills, but this one is made using watercolour. There's nothing like the look of watercolours blending together, so I needed to put the markers away for just a short while. Now that spring has finally arrived over here, I can actually feel the nice, warm sun tingling on the…