Monthly Archive: March, 2015

384 Another drawing of my hand in pen and watercolor

There has been a lot of hand drawings floating around on the reddit these last days, so I felt like drawing hands too. I did one yesterday, and then here’s another one. Don’t… Continue reading

383 Drawing of my hand

Here’s a quick and messy sketch of my hand. It’s pencil and some kind of charcoal.. (Sepia dark..? the pencil is brown, but it ends up almost black) Kirkistan among others suggested that… Continue reading

382 Stairs in the Jewish Museum in Berlin

I did this after a photo that I have taken in the Jewish Museum in Berlin (well, I would imagine that we’re at least thousands of people having taken the same photo –… Continue reading

381 House in Rabat, Morocco after photo by Sheyvision

I was just aimlessly surfing around tumbler (I do have a tumbler account you know!) and then I came upon this photo by Sheyvision – I thought that it was really beautiful and… Continue reading

380 Portrait of Emomalii Rahmon, the president of Tajikistan, painting in watercolor

This is the president of Tajikistan, Emomalii Rahmon It’s my zombie Saturday – I did the habitual night shift yesterday and it really destroys the whole weekend. I did manage to do this… Continue reading

379 Street scene in Algiers coming out of a tunnel, watercolor

This is from a photo I’ve taken in Algiers, Algeria. It’s a tunnel that leads to the “Place Audin” in the center of the city. Watercolor is a great mystery. As is perspective.… Continue reading

378 Landscape in Greenland. Watercolor painting for the Virtual Paintout

This is my second landscape painting from Greenland – I didn’t actually go there, but rather I used Google Streetview as per the rules of “The Virtual Paintout” – each month a new… Continue reading

377 Portrait of Portia Simpson-Miller, the Prime Minister of Jamaica

This is (supposed to be) Portia Simpson-Miller, the Prime Minister of Jamaica It’s not my proudest moment in portraiture. I think that I will start doing more landscapes or street scenes and step… Continue reading

Interview with watercolorist Thomas W Schaller

  Since I started drawing and painting every day, I’ve learned a lot, but as I learn, evolve and try out new things, I also start to notice the work of other people.… Continue reading

376 Portrait of Hassan Rouhani, the president of Iran, drawing in ink

This is a portrait of Hassan Rouhani, the president of Iran. It’s been long since I made anything in ink, and i think that it’s quite nice for a change! There’s something nice… Continue reading