326 Portrait of David Cameron

after this photo This is the third one I’ve done today, and I dare say that it’s the best as well. The skin is made up of reds, yellow and brown. I tried blending them on the paper in stead of mixing the paints before applying them. I think it makes for a more interesting … Read more

5 observations that I’ve made about hands, sausages and chicken thighs.

In my recent post “Six things i learned from drawing 319 drawings in 4 months and 13 days” I suggested that you draw your own hand. It’s been a couple of days now, and I’ve been thinking about the subject – and come to realize, that there are in fact a lot of things that … Read more

322 Portrait of Mohamed Boudiaf

Original here This one just isn’t very good. I think the colors are bad, the proportions of the face are off (Just keep shuffling around the eyes in portraits) and there’s not enough variation in the tones.. I’ll do better tomorrow. I promise. Anyway – Boudiaf was the president of Algeria for a period, but … Read more

321 Portrait of Martin Luther King

Here’s a link to the original photo I’m liking this concept of focusing on value, and then choosing whatever colors you want. I think this turned out really good. I tried working with very wet paper. Everybody says that that’s the real charm with watercolor, but i suppose I just never had the courage to … Read more

6 things I learned after drawing 319 drawings in 4 months and 13 days

6 things I learned after drawing 319 drawings in 4 months and 13 days In September 2014 i decided that i wanted to get better at drawing – I had done some in the past, but nothing i was too happy about showing to people, so I decided to make this blog and draw at … Read more