Quick portrait of Indiana. New sketchbooks tend to excite me. But this one even more ’cause it inspires me and it is so small I can bring it with me everywhere. I practice a lot more than I used to a few years ago when I started my blog. It’s like I need to draw pretty much everyday to feel good. So the next step now is to find out what to do in order to work as an artist. Do you guys have some pieces of advice? Many people wanna order my portraits and I am going to do more commissions but am too scared to start a business online. I kinda never sold my paintings so I think it’s a good start to do commissions for people in my area, don’t you think?
La lumière est divine sur le Porto-Vecchio…
Everyone prays in the end.
And finally… Corey & Chumlee to complete the series!
Second portrait of my Pawn Stars series! “The Old Man” 🙂
Happy New Year to everyone. I guess it’s not too late…
This year my resolutions are to focus on the positive ONLY and find the time to dedicate myself to what I love to do : painting, drawing and reading books! And also learning new things. Spending less time on the social networks ’cause seriously it is most of the time completely useless. Even though my job – which is not my dream job at all – takes me A LOT of time, I wanna find the energy to do all these things that make me feel alive.
I am a big fan of Pawn Stars. I watch it very often with my dad ’cause we are history lovers. I almost finished my series (which consists of 4 portraits – the main ‘characters’). Here is Rick! I love how these guys are so cool and so clever at the same time! They always impress me so much.
“You’ll be doin’ all right, with your Christmas of white
But I’ll have a blue, blue Christmas”
Merry Christmas to you all!