Once in a while I want to do something else like this one.
A rather realistic looking nude of my favourite model, although she was subject to a certain degree of styling according to my principles of roundism.
A graphite pencil drawing of my favourite model again in a slight roundistic way.
A rather realistic drawing done in clairobscur of my favorite model in which I wanted to depict the shiny skin.
My favourite part of the dunes at The Hague, Netherlands in cubistic forms.
A deviation from the first Tree at Voorburg. This one has roundish shapes rather than straight.
The first tree out of a series of 2 tree drawings.
A woman I met on deviantart posted explicite pictures and was asking for artists to paint / draw her. I asked for a decent one and this was the result.
After my drawing of Rotterdam – Coolhaven I wanted to do Delftshaven – another part of the old harbour area of Rotterdam but in a slight cubistic way.
A rather impressionistic view on Coolhaven (part of the harbour of Rotterdam). I made this drawing inspired by a trip to Rotterdam when I passed by the Coolhaven and I lost a contact that day so I saw it quite blurry.
Part of the sans titre series, depicting Bette Davis, American actress and celebrity.
Part of the roundism series. I wanted to open up the body again so a spectator could wander through it freely without being blocked by a closed form.
A drawing of my favourite model.
A combination of straight building lines and round branches like I applied in another earlier drawing Rijswijk – 04-12-14
Marlot Forest is around the corner from where I live and once I saw a woman and a cow there.
Sometimes it happens that you see faces in trees and water. Such was the case when I came to ‘t Meertje, a place near Ooij and Nijmegen, Gelderland, Netherlands
I wanted to open up the model as maximally as possible without losing the recognition of the anatomical basics. It is with a collector from the United Kingdom now.
Portrait of my dear colleague and friend Julia Filament who has a very round face, so I felt myself forced to break her up in straight lines and planes.
My hometown Nijmegen at Gelderland, Netherlands in a slight cubistic way but also impressionistic
An experiment with cubism / roundism applied to a site that’s familiar to me: The former protestant church at the Ooij, at Gelderland, Netherlands.
I strived to draw a body through which you could wander about in light without boundaries.
Part of the roundism series. I liked the edgy feel to the knees creating distinct forms in the negative space around them.
I liked the sausage-form quality of the model reclining on the floor and immediately saw the roundism-styled shapes in it.
A cubist approach to this one. I had so much negative space left that I had to come up with something. I decided to make a kind of super trooper or sun.
Part of the roundism series. I was charmed by the foreshortening in the back and the buttocks of the woman reclining and I wanted to do a combination of straight and round planes and forms.
Part of the roundism series. It’s on display in China now.
Part of the roundism series and in the hands of a private collector now.
The model showed great round shapes that I extended for the occasion.
Part of the roundism series. The Hague Forest (Haagse Bos) is around the corner from where I live.
The straight lines of the church and the difference in mass between the planes and the those of the branches, inspired to make this piece.
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