Jul 27, 2009
We called this tree Peacock tree because of the shape and brightness of the flowers. But I just did a quick search and found out that it's called mimosa tree or Albizia julibrissin :) I spent a wonderful half-hour drawing in it's shade on June 24th :)
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What do you draw when it's late and you just need to draw something? well, I have a lot of drawings of my hands and feet... Bottom part of this page - a sketch from the park - I realized that all I had with me was my son's magic pencil and I loved it! :)
Jul 1, 2009
I had a wonderful opportunity to illustrate two articles In the latest issue of the The Sierra Club Loma Prieta Chapter Newsletter.
Sierra Club is a great grassroots environmental organization. These two articles cover two important local (for SF Bay area) issues:
Click on images to see them in detail.
Full text of the articles should be available soonish online at:
Inspired by one of the posts I found on a new blog by Roz , I decided to give a little kick to a couple of dying Faber Castell Pitt Artist ...
I've been using tombow fudenosuke for some time now - it's a great workhorse - easy on any paper and with a varied line width and ...
I recently realized that my work pants need some mending (when my phone fell through the pocket and hit my foot pretty painfully) and decide...
I recently changed the way I store my old sketchbooks. Before this change, I had a large box on top of another large box with some more ske...
This is a note to myself - to record what gouache kit I took with me to the island trip at the beginning of the summer and how I changed the...
I am a "list" person - I have many lists. For example, I keep a list of places/things/events I want to draw. It's long and the...