this is another way I love to sketch. Call it illustration, call it drawing, call it crap, I love to sketch recipes that are worth to be loved. And eaten.
I draw as main pages the ingredients and then on the other side I write the process. I loooove to do that. I even made some cards with recipes and gifted to some friends while I was on vacation.
These are jsut two examples.
All my recipes are mandatory to be written on Moleskine or Seawhite travel journals, since they are to last long and also they are looking fine.
Winsor&Newton Artists watercolors over Platinum Carbon ink driven by a Lamy Safari waterpen.
I always save used sheets under my keyboard for work, so it happens that also sometime you have some inspiration and… tadaaaaaaaaaaa! 🙂
Even in the office is worth to sketch and doodle. If there are (any) times with some idle, or not, it’s worth to sketc. These are made from memory.
A sketch of an old monumental anchor on my city. It reminds me about old times gone with friends. I was always amused abiut these anchors, how big they are, how they can shine even if they are so black.
Made with Sigma drawing pen and pencil on Canson sketching paper. Washes with Winsor&newton artists’ watercolors.
She’s the one. And I love her. Here and there and forever.
This sketch was done on honeymoon, she is so pretty, while sketching on the boat for a fantastic trip.
This is my cat Amelie. She’s not so cuddly but she loves us, I know. These are jsut some studies. Isnt she lovely? Expecially when sleeping…
Made directly with Lamy Safari fountain pen filled with Noodler’s ink and some washes of Winsor&Newton watercolors over Canson dessin paper.