Sunday, September 5, 2010

Drawings/Paintings in the 2010 Summer

Two "Old Master Q" = "Lao Fu Zi" (left) on 9"x12" paper using twistable color pencils. "The Fruit basket" (right) on 11"x14" paper that I like a lot.

"The Owl" (left below) and "The Electric kettle" (center below) on 11"x14" paper using charcoal pencils. "The Fishboat" (right below) on a 5"x7" card using twistable color pencils that I did as a birthday card to my classmate.

A character at "World of Warcraft" (left below) on 9"x12" pastel paper using oil pastel. "Geronimo Stilton" (center below) on 9"x12" pastel paper using markers and oil pastel. Geronimo Stilton is my favorite novel series.
Drawings on 11"x14" paper using twistable color pencils.
Three 9"x12" paintings using acrylic.

Above: The same painting on 9"x12" watercolor paper using acrylic appears differently in the color: The left one was scanned into the computer and the color is very close to the actual painting. The right painting was taken by a camera at the twilight time and is very unreal. Do you know why?

"Asterix at Sea" (right) on letter size parchment paper using acrylic. Another acrylic painting (left) on 9"x12" watercolor paper.
My pastel paintings (below) on 9"x12" pastel paper using soft pastel. Right below is the painting on glass vessels which is difficult.
Some manga/cartoon drawings on my letter size sketch book:

Monday, June 28, 2010

Drawings/Paintings in Grade 5 (2009-2010)

The following are on 5"x7" cards given to my teachers at the end of the school year:

"The Fishboat" (left below) on a 5"x7" card given to my French teacher at L'Alliance Francaise de Vancouver. "The Country Church" (right below) on a 3.5"x4.75" card given to my Grade 5 French teacher.
"The Butterflies" on 14"x17" paper given to my Grade 5 class teacher - the 22 small butterflies represent the students surrounding our teacher in the middle which is 3-dimensional. All students signed it. Guess which is me (Hint: I am looking at you now!)
Some of my sketchings on 11"x14" paper done in the drawing lessons:

A painting on Aquarium using watercolor: