Finished thei image, the process was wonderful like a morning mantra during the weekend over christmas. Scanning was a pain eight scans to get the complet image and still I had problems fitting it all together
A zoomable version of the spread
Hopefully I won't have any problems with this name (trademark wise), the Tintin Hair-do was one of the last things I added on this piece. I made this while trying a new paper Arches 300gr Satin. At first I thought it was to smooth for my taste but I might be able to like it, it's almost like drawing on copy paper. I usually use Saunders and Waterford (Satin) but I wanted a paper that didn't have so much yellow tint for a change.
Something I failed doing while traveling earlier this fall was drawing something while waiting at the airport, this of course is an idealized version. And hey I'm getting sloppy yesterday was post number 800, but maybe I should wait until I reach post 1000 until I celebrate next time...
Our dog Asta loves hunting butterflies, or rather she loves hunting their shadows. I wonder what she would do if she managed to catch a shadow? On more thing where are all the butterflies when it's cloudy?
Now it's decided we're moving from Gothenburg (my hometown since 1989, my wife since 1991) and moving to Sigtuna outside of Stockholm. The actual moving will happen in August, so fellow Gothenburgers you still have time to catch me. Managed to break away from the moleskine for a change today, and use some old akvarell paper I bought in Florence once sometime during the last century.