WATER EMPEROR (ink and colored pencils on paper)
Hey guys! Finally here’s a new work from my sketchbook! I’m going back to the dark depths of the sea as I bring you “WATER EMPEROR” - my own interpretation of Poseidon, the Greek God of the Sea.
Hope you like this one. More works are coming! See you guys soon! :)
This weekend’s weather is just so disgusting - bringing me all the boredom in my place. Not in the mood to draw so I’ll just share some previous pieces from my sketchbook. And for today, another watercolor masterpiece is quite appropriate.
ABSTRACT SORCERER (ink and watercolor on paper)
This is my fourth piece from my sketchbook created and rendered in full color using watercolor. The sorcerer is based from one of the character sketches I did way back in high school.
Hey! This might be the most boring weekend so far. It is raining outside and got some colds and headache. It seems that I am not being productive anymore. So to cut off this boredom, I created a new piece that just popped out of nowhere. Not that much in the mood today but I’m still satisfied with the result.
BACK TO THE CIRCUS (ink and colored pencil on paper)
That’s it for now. I need to take some rest for a new day at work starts tomorrow. :)
Today is the best time to show how you love your father! Make this day extraordinary for your ultimate idol, making him the best dad in this wide universe.
Here’s my share for the big celebration. Another doodle from my Doodle Draw Sketchbook.
THE HAND FAMILY (ink on paper)
The father represents the tallest finger. He watches over each member of the family and serves as the foundation for a complete family.
To the dads in the world and to my beloved “papa” who is now in heaven, Happy Father’s Day, we love you and you are the best!
The last time I posted about my first stint in creating artworks using watercolors was during the time I returned to my hometown to spend the Holy Week. So now I’ll be sharing one of the few artworks I’ve created so far. It is called “MOONSTRUCK” drawn with ink and watercolor on paper.
“MOONSTRUCK” (ink and watercolor on paper)
What’s nice about watercolor painting is that a one single hue can be experimented into a variety of color schemes. It’s my first time to use this medium so I’m quite surprised how it gave a beautiful effect on my ink drawings. Good thing the sketchbook I’ve used have pages with enough durability to resist water.
More to go in watercolor painting and I’m getting excited for new and interesting subjects. Don’t worry,I’ll keep you guys posted. :)
MOVING ON (ink and colored pencil on paper)
Time flies so fast that in just less than a week, 2011 will finally be over. But before firecrackers burst out in the skies and calendars be thrown into the trash, allow me to share to you some of the remarkable things that happened to me this year.
THE FLAME MAGICIAN (ink and colored pencil on paper)
It was my day-off last Sunday when I encountered someone incredible over the drugstore’s counter. There was a man before me in the line. He’s probably over 30’s, wearing a white shirt, pale blue jeans and slippers. He purchased few groceries and ready to pay them over the counter.
The cashier calculated all the products and told him the bill. He held his wallet to get some money but upon opening it something incredible just happened. Everyone was astonished including me when fire burst out for a second when the man opened his wallet. I was really amazed and began questioning “what was that?” in my mind. The man paid the bill and went out of the store.
I began to think that he’s a magician or probably a street magician. But it was totally ahead of his physical appearance.
Actually, it was not the first time that I encountered someone with a flaming wallet. I remembered when I had the same experience during our On-the-Job Training a year ago. It was in a government office where I am in charge to release licenses to professionals. I was asking my client to show me his id then suddenly for a second, I saw fire coming out of his wallet.
Pretty amazing, isn’t it? I was not really a huge fan of magic but seeing it first hand at the most unexpected way made me appreciate the craft and the people who take time and effort to learn the art of magic.