here my latest stuff.
I have been to the Naturkundemuseum Berlin again (Museum of nature-science) where I drew an parrot, a dinosaur-skeleton (the tallest standing skeleton in the world, Guiness World Record) and painted a cool looking stone in water color. Today I did a plein air painting while hanging out at Treptower Park in Berlin with my coworkers, having a little early summer party.
that's all for now, see you soon!
I am entering a contet to win a free ticket to a workshop in Bali. The goal is to take painting that you really like (has to be done by an old master), do a study of it and reinterpretate it into something personal and creative.
I took a painting by Franz von Stuck who is actually quite modern (late 1800s) but the judges gave me a go, which is really nice of them.
Below is my study of the painting and quick comp for my own interpretation. I am taking this really slow this time, not rushing into the painting process. I try to figure it all out, before I start and really decided what goes where and why.
I am pretty excited how it will turn out and if I win the ticket. But even if I don't this painting will be a lot of fun :)
i did some muscle 'n' bone studies and more
the old masters study got a wonky face, seems like I have to practice faces too ^^
the 2 water color studies where done in the Naturkundemuseum Berlin, it is great to check out, if you visit the city.
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