Drawing of a very fluffy and vertical cat called Angel Eyes in pencil

This pillar of fluff is a cat called Angel Eyes, an inhabitant of the blog “Katzenworld” It’s been a little while since i did anything in pencil. Most of what I’ve done recently has been very sketchy and in ballpoint pen. I think that it might be visible. It does sort of look like the … Read more

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 I throw in a good old-fashioned “real life” sketch once in a while. It does feel good, I admit it!

370 Portrait of Fernando Chui, the Chief Executive of Macau – Drawing in charcoal and pencil

This is Fernando Chui, the Chief Executive of Macau – I was not 100% sure who is the real head of state of Macau – there are three people mentioned on wikipedia, and the people with the word “president” in their titles just had much shorter wikipedia articles. That’s how you know if somebody is … Read more

370 Portrait of Fernando Chui, the Chief Executive of Macau – Drawing in charcoal and pencil

This is Fernando Chui, the Chief Executive of Macau – I was not 100% sure who is the real head of state of Macau – there are three people mentioned on wikipedia, and the people with the word “president” in their titles just had much shorter wikipedia articles. That’s how you know if somebody is … Read more

368 Portrait of Giorgi Margvelashvili, the president og Georgia drawn by pencil

This is Giorgi Margvelashvili, the president og Georgia drawn by pencil! (When will wikipedeia start linking back?) I’ve been struggling with time recently – yet I keep painting in watercolor – so I listened to the advice of memadtwo (and many others) and decided to do this quick pencil sketch instead of a complicated watercolor. … Read more

362 Portrait of Mohammed Ali al-Houthi

This is Mohammed Ali al-Houthi the president of the provisional government of Yemen I don’t know anything about this man or about Yemen, but it would seem that the provisional government lacks support in most of the world. I don’t do these portraits out of admiration, but because they’re part of my “Rulers of the … Read more