Sunday, November 16, 2008


I always kind of knew that difference in line weights was critical, so for example the outer contour of the foreground objects in the picture should always be thicker than the inner lines, or the background. It's been pretty straightforward, but somehow I've always fell short of making it happen, since I used nibs with little or no variation in size. I tried the brush, and sometimes it worked, but more often it proved elusive. So, I decided to approach the problem with multiple differently-sized nibs. Of course, I'll still be using brush extensively, but for different contours I'll go with switching between nibs.

And this is how HE does HIS thing:

Thursday, November 13, 2008


Did this today with oil pastels. Photographed it with my mobile phone. Kept the background on the photo as well.

Plus, there's the robo-bug:

Monday, November 10, 2008

Oil BW Study

This was a large tonal study we did in oil paintings. As from tomorrow, we start painting in color. It makes me very excited.

Saturday, November 08, 2008

Dream place

I tried to visualize how to furnish our home by this quick sketch.

Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Go Figure

On the eve of the US elections, I just had to poke fun at resuscitated interventionism with this political cartoon.