This painting only took about 3 hours💃
Drawing these quick paintings is just so much fun. This is also another painting that i just started from a mess. It just somehow developed into this. Didn't think much. Just painted what i felt like painting.
Not much else to say about this one... 😛
Never the same view.
I am really curious about how we experience our environment.
At every moment there is such a richness of sensorial information that our minds have to be selective.
That which gains our attention we then interpret through the limited vocabulary (visual, cultural, personal, etc.) we have. Because of that, memory and time become a necessary element of our perception.
This would also imply that we each have a mysteriously individualized experience of the theoretically same space!
Our eyes scan about our environment, as if reading it. In the moment I look at a bird on the bank, though there are myriads of bits of information coming to me, my mind is actively processing only the bird, as if zooming up on it, pushing the rest to the periphery.
I am curious to see if a painting could explore and share any of my experience standing on our balcony, and that every time it is different (not only because the light and seasons and passage of time change it, which is definitely a wonder-filled phenomenon, but also because what I “read” that day might be different). .
What are your thoughts on this idea .
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Part of the reason I started to do watercolor is hoping to take what I learn in watercolor and apply to concept art. I end up loving watercolor so much I dedicate myself to it..
But that doesn’t mean I don’t want to do concept art any more. This is a fun one. I approach it just like how I would do my watercolor.. with digital tool “cheat”. Done with #Procreate