What if Leonardo had made a watercolor sketch before painting his great masterwork?
For this one I used the grid method to get the proportions (nearly) right.
Mona Lisa 2017 Watercolor on Paper 40×55
My first go with Acrylics. It’s a stag in Richmond Park.
Stag in Richmond Park 2017 Acrylics on Paper 55×40
Before going to the final painting I made a tonal sketch. It helped me to decided to omit the hind on the right hand side and increase the size of the stag.
Sketch for Stag in Richmond Park 2017 Watercolor on Paper 25×18
Again from the past: two big sized paintings, which go together. Cherry Blossom and Cherries.
Cherry Blossom 2009 Oil on Canvas 90×118
Cherries 2009 Oil on Canvas 90×118
This is a quite small (20 x 25 cm) sketch for a painting I wanted to make of an old, grey haired Gorilla.
Gorilla 2017 Watercolor on Paper 20×25
Constantly moving for my job I had stopped painting completely. This year I decided to give watercolour another try, since you can easily take it with you and use it anywhere.
Tree in England 2017 Watercolor on Paper 55×40
Phang Nga 2017 Watercolor on Paper 40×55
Winters End 2017 Watercolor on Paper 41×29 – Following a Tutorial by Rob Dudley –
The palette knife is an amazing tool for painting. With it you can paint with really thick paint and give your picture a nice 3D effect. Most of all it forces you to abstract and be more loose. Every painter should give it a try!
Windmill 2005 Oil on Paper 60×50
Sunset on the Beach 2005 Oil on Canvas 60×80
Painting Detail #2 2006 Oil on Canvas
Painting Detail #3 2006 Oil on Canvas
Selfportrait #2 2006 Oil on Paper 60×50