Tag: art

Cold Forest Dream | Finished

Cold Forest Dream

Par·ei·do·lia | The perception of a recognizable image or meaningful pattern where none exists or is intended, such as the perception of a face in the surface features of the moon. In my ongoing Pareidolia series, I work on a random base like a rock, a watercolor stain, or -in […]




Ocean | Acrylic Pour

Having enjoyed my first results in acrylic pouring, I went ahead and tried a second time. I made everything differently this time. After all, I have to explore so many of this technique’s possibilities! The paint was less fluid, I used the swipe technique a lot. The only thing I don’t like […]




Phoenix | My first Acrylic Pour

Here’s the result of my first pouring. I’ve been wanting to explore this for a while now, and I finally got the chance. This is my first try, a dirty pour with just acrylics and pouring medium, and no additives. For a first try, I think it went great! Watch the […]




Clean Your Brush on your Rinsing Water | Quick Tip

A quick, easy, cheap and useful tip that you can use to clean and rinse your brushes while painting. You just need a nailbrush. That’s it! You add it to your water bucket, and your painting will become easier and more enjoyable. Use any type of nailbrush that allows you […]




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Acuarelitos | Second Piece

I started a mini series of these as my first tries with a watercolor set that I got for Christmas. Just made a bunch of color backgrounds and then stared at them until I saw something, like a do with my Rockstros: Rockstros | Faces painted on rocks If you […]




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Acuarelitos | Backgrounds and First Piece

I started a mini series of these as my first tries with a watercolor set that I got for Christmas. Just made a bunch of color backgrounds and then stared at them until I saw something, like a do with my Rockstros: Rockstros | Faces painted on rocks It’s something […]




Painting of Creatures from Planet Kush

Cute Monster paintings from Planet Kush

My partner started modeling with cold porcelain clay a few years ago, and while making these cute little monsters, he started to give names to each species and tell the buyers their stories while in the craft fair booth. Soon, a whole planet with full ecologies was being developed. He […]




Restriction as a Tool for Creativity

I wrote this short article for Renderosity Magazine. Check it out and let me know if you try this! Click Here for the article  




Night Scene on Canvas Slip-Ons

I had a friend’s birthday coming up and I didn’t know what to give him… something that he couldn’t buy himself. So I started thinking about what he likes wearing and remembered that he loves the canvas slip-ons that we here call “alpargatas”. So I decided to buy a pair […]




Xilo Doo Chic Series

Woodcut Adventures 2

In Woodcut Adventures I showed you how I carved a xilography block. In this post, I’m showing you how I made some test prints without a printing press and with acrylic paints, and then alter them with stuff, like more paint, eye shadow and ink. The idea, just like I […]