Sharing these sketches with you because I’ve been too quiet lately. Sooo I guess it’s better than nothing at all, right? I have a little sketchbook to keep my creativity alive. But it’s sooo small. I just love the idea of filling it with little drawings. As some of you know, I’m very, VERY busy. It’s frustrating but I’ll be back with a new painting soon.
Hey guys! I’m now on… Pinterest! I’m super excited ’cause it’s a fantastic place for creative people. It gives me tons of new ideas!! I’ve always been into travel sketching but never shared my work here… probably because it’s really different from what I usually do… Don’t really know actually, but finally I have a reason to show you this on this new space. If you guys like my sketches, I’ll share them here too. Here’s the link to my Pinterest profile: http://pinterest.com/undecidedcha/
Feel free to repin my pics, follow my boards and comment!
Heeeeyyy! Fraz is back with a new look! And just for the record, he’s not sick. He just changed his skin tone to look a little bit more like Yoda.
I actually shouldn’t be painting or posting since I have tonnnnns of work but… I just had to take a break this afternoon. And I came up with this Frazoda idea… Had fun but now I have to get back to work!
Here’s the link to Wombania:
Here’s a new addition to my Scrubs collection.
Wow! I’m on fire! Ahah 2 paintings in 3 days??! I can’t believe it myself.
I made this one in 1 hour or so, which is pretty fast. It’s my first oil pastel painting on canvas. I chose a small one because I just wanted to give it a shot. It’s not my best work but it’s really special to me. This rock is called el Peñón de Ifach. It’s located in Calpe, Spain (near Alicante), where I used to spend all my summer holidays as a child. Brings back lots of memories.
Since I started working with oil pastels, it’s like I can’t get back to watercolor anymore. I just love their vibrant colors and waxy texture.
Hi everyone! This is my biggest painting ever. Just finished it today.
I wish you all a very Happy Easter !
Hey guys! Last year I made a quick watercolor portrait of Ross Geller. I called it “Unagi” for quite obvious reasons. Remember? It was a very rough watercolor. Didn’t like it that much… So I decided a few days ago to make an oil pastel version and change the background.