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One Liners

Posted: October 20, 2012 in bike, black and white, logs, one-line, Paris, pencil

My beloved drawing mentor suggested an exercise:
– Try a complete drawing without lifting the pen(cil)

Here are some results,

N-Joy and Till nextime.

A garden corner

Strange shop, with lotsa this-and-thats in boxes

Same shop, other thisNthats in the window

Parisian street

Wood logs begging to be drawn

Bike taking the train home.

A visit at home can be a challenging experience, so here are some clicks I did with the sketchpad…

My wife’s kibutz entry looks heart throbbing from inside the car at 6 AM
When it is so so hot, the pool and the sea are the only option outside of the air-conditioned bubble.
The continuous struggle I have with colors continues

And continues

While black and white in a non hostile environment makes me feel safer
Colors allow understanding swimming is not allowed.

The things I am craving for when Israel are art and music from the place that molded me, I went to a museum, but O.D’d and couldn’t draw anything. Music, however, indeed came my way (followed by a three hour gift of a meeting 🙂

The show was by Hemi Rudner backed by Almog Mudai, and the impressions are below.

Almog solo

Hemi joins, a lovely stage carpet, black curtains and  the speakers right near me.
Life is good, no complaints.

Can’t draw small when sitting close, so diagonally is the only option

Nomi Shemer, tell me sweet sweet lies…
Blues (and some green)

Watercolor

Three almost-one-liners 

open space #1

open space #2

open space #3

See you around.

Had another peek last week at the current world of Shir, who tought me how to draw and look. (see a link on the right..) and tried to refresh some aproaches.
Some more trees today, and a second shot at last week’s music themes as well. (with a slightly different guitar)

And, it’s a great honor to have two guests this time, who are good friends of each other that didn’t meet in a long while.

Trees guitar #1

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And now for the guest corner…

The first guest is drawn just above (while I am chasing him up the stairs)…
I usualy don’t read titles, but this one surely earned its title…
The eye of Ganesh
The other guest is right below, and has the sheer energy of 6 year old.
A small note of warning – you might want to have volume control handy 🙂

Till nextime!

Sleep

Posted: February 10, 2011 in lennon, one-line, open, oshik levi, sleep

A few lessons learned:

– a fine pencil drawing is hard to see on the web, I enhanced the ones below.
– a scanner will always have an opinion.

– drawing in total darkness while trying not to wake your kids up is a challenge.


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