Just spent a few days in Trondheim attending a 3-day course. Spent some of the in-between minutes to sketch.
Plane at gate 35 Værnes Airport.
Think this guys name was El Hassan. He joked about originating from Karasjokk. So I just called him Karasjokk. The good fellow didn’t seem to mind.
Two of the statues on the facade of Nidarosdomen.
Digging into the books
A jolly old gang of men enjoying breakfast at the hotel.
This guy had a full beard and scruffy hair. Good subject.
Nothing goes unseen by mother hen.
Statue of the famous violin player Arve Tellefsen.
Enoying the little things
Decided to try my luck at a ink portrait. I drew the underlying structure with pencil in about 5 minutes and gave the inking a go. I’m happy with the result.
A few recent sketches to practice drawing and painting small.
Ode to my all-time favorite author, Stephen King. Thank you.
W&N Cotman paints on Canson Montval CP.
The All-American Badass Walter White. Keep on cookin’!
LeFranc & Buergeois pans on Canson Montval, approx 10×8.
Leslie Arzt, our favorite high school science teacher from Lost.
My recently finshed portrait of Leslie Arzt. Who didn’t like ‘im?
Silvio Dante from Lilyhammer is enthusiastic about the Norwegian language.
Watercolor portrait of Steven Van Zandt as Silvio Dante in (the norwegian production) Lilyhammer.
To break the month-long hiatus we have with us Christopher Moltisanti from The Sopranos to get the show back up and running again. I’ve been experimenting with watercolor portraits recently. From lots of splashing and brush dashes something decent emerges from time to time. I’m fairly pleased with this one, although I could do more to bring forth the light.
‘As thy paint shadows, thy shall bring forth light’, you can quote me on that.
I openly admit that I was to afraid to paint his fabulous hair in fear of ruining a otherwise successful portrait.
Paulie ‘ Walnuts’ Gualtieri
Just finished this painting of Paulie ‘Walnuts’ Gualtieri from The Sopranos. Sketched and painted in Sketchbook Pro 6.