[En] I love how abstract ‘Holding the moon’ can be seen on each single post. This piece is one of the most significant and colourful artworks of mine, measures: 59x72cm/23”x28” Acrylic on Canvas. Also this artwork is in limited edition print. Link in Bio.
[Es] Me encanta lo abstracto que ‘Sosteniendo la luna’ se puede ver en cada post. Esta obra es una de las más significativa y colorida mias, medidas : 59x72cm/23”x28” Acrílico sobre Lienzo. También, esta obra se puede encontrar como Print de Edición Limitada. Link en Bio.
Today's art tip = Ratios of the hand: 👆👉🖖☝️👇✌🤞 When drawing the hand, the middle finger is the key finger used to determine the length of the hand. The length of this finger is just over half the length of the palm. The ring and forefinger are both similar in length and should just about reach the nail of the first finger. The little finger is roughly to the knuckle of the ring finger. #anatomy#art
behind the scenes, I totally fucked up the other one trying to figure out how to seal it— but that’s just how experiments go sometimes when you’re a big dummy, so here’s a new & improved one on a more stable surface 💘
Absolutely love rust and the rainbow of colours that occur from oxidized metal.
Do you see the colours I see?
Blues, purples, reds, green, browns, gold, and white. Rust is such a gorgeous material.
This lightswitch cover was picked up at Tommy Thompson park which is a man-made island spit that narrowly stretches out into the lake on Toronto's East end. Great place to hike because it's a gorgeous home to a variety of birds that are never seen in the city due to it's seclusion. A really remarkable place and my favorite park here because of it's unique landscape. The beaches are full of eroded bricks, rubble, and decades old metal scrap that protrudes from the ground at random places. If you have read some of my other posts you would understand why I enjoy such a place...nature eroding built materials...my thing. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
In this drawing I used white acrylic paint coupled with a white charcoal pencil to create the highlights.
I'm improving with each practice, learning, and through learning I'll teach those that follow my practicing.
That's important to me.
Primo 59-W charcoal pencil, Chinamarker, Copic 0.03 black liner, Derwent procolour pencils, Graphite powder, Windsor & Newton white acrylic paint.