Another week has passed and I worked more on my latest painting. As you can see, I concentrated my focus mainly on the nose: now she actually has some nostrils, but all in all, the nose is still too long for my taste:( But I didn´t paint it over at once, ´cause I think itContinue reading “In the Mood for… Vermeer – Girl with a Pearl Earring – Part III”
I couldn´t resist – I just love this film mentioned above (granted: in a slightly modified form;), and especially the main theme by Ennio Morricone – which I could play on my multicoloured goldfish ocarina – if only I knew how!
Here a little sketching of young Common swifts (Mauersegler; lat. apus apus, which derives from Ancient Greek and actually means “without feet”, ´cause they have really short legs, which they only use for climbing), doubting wether they should leave the nest…:)
I found some time over the last weekend to work further on my Vermeer-like painting! I “closed” the area around the eyes a bit (now it doesn´t look like she´s wearing too much eye liner anymore:) ) and started giving the skin a little bit more texture. I´m still not happy with the nose andContinue reading “In the Mood for … Vermeer – Girl with a Pearl Earring – Part II”
Here comes another owl of mine, though this time it´s neither drawn or painted, but made of clay! It´s a candle holder for tealights and I made it last winter ´cause you need every bit of light you can get, when it´s getting dark … Hope you like it!:)
A devilish angel … or an angelic devil? You decide!:)
I started a new painting last weekend and thought that it might be interesting for you to see the whole process bit by bit instead of just being presented with the result… 🙂 As you can see from the title – and probably already from the painting as well – it´s heavily influenced by oneContinue reading “In the Mood for . . . Vermeer – Girl with a Pearl Earring – Part I”
As promised – here comes one of my pottery projects: An ornamental clay bowl, shaped as a red poppy flower.
I´m sure, you know the feeling…
Someday he was simply there…my slightly different “Count Dracula”! I guess you could also call him a “Count Harecula”;)