And now for something completely different: cows in Marlot. I wanted to change the subject for once and do a drawing similar to the horses in my drawing Laren 30-04-20.
The other day I bought new paper by Talens (Toned Colour Mix): a sturdy dark blue sheet perfect for colored pencil and pastel sticks. I also happened to find an old pastel stick (gold, Cretacolor 48254) that I did not use yet.
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A rather loose cubistic sketch done with colour pencils. For the 4th time in a row I used the same (indian) model. Her skin allows me to use a lot of yellow which I counterbalanced with edgy purple planes.
The continuation of my search for roundism.
Another project of my roundism series.
An experiment on how to open up forms as much as possible according to my style ’roundism’. I wanted to have the model ‘breathe’ the space around her as much as possible.
The style of roundism put into colours and open spheres. I strongly looked for an overall distribution of the colour scheme so that none of the colours used would be dominant over another
Another model in colour and in straight cubistic planes left open to breathe.
I took my dear colleague Julia Filament to the Mauritshuis, where I placed her in front of ‘The Girl with the pearl earring’ by Vermeer and rendered her cubistically.