In this section I will post the drawings from my sketchbook that don’t have any visible connection to the coursework I am doing. During the Foundations course last year I developed the habit to sketch along whatever comes as much as possible, often just doodling patterns, sometimes some strange drawings I never plan on before hand.
Bryan Eccleshall suggested to treat these doodlings as raw material and maybe Photoshop some together or develop them further, so I just started trying that out in these two first examples.
Eyeflower/Kapotasana and red version:
Leaves for my fairies:
Pink and blue:
Meditation by the river:
The pagoda in the storm
I can not stop thinking about it
My garden again
Pot of plants
The magical teapot:
Another corner of my garden:
Don’t just leave me hanging here…:
Please join me here in Garden Eden:
My dear friend Kaz Castillo has asked me to illustrate her poem about the Elephant God- Ganesha , the remover of obstacles, so here I am experimenting with a few versions. None of them feels finished, but it is a lot of fun to cocreate.
And another friend gifted me this amazing green ink- so happy to experiment!
Unfortunately my A3 paper is such bad quality, it just wrinkles up. But for this motive its kind of fitting..
Another try with thicker A4 paper:
The eye of creation:
Continue exploring the Ganesh theme: