Tulips #37 BIOMYLH

Bear with me, I’m still experimenting with pastels. Being spring, this week’s left hand creation is of tulips. Do you like this one? Well, BIOMYLH!

Tulips
Tulips

Ciao and thanks for stopping by!

Advertisements

Apple on Bowl #36 BIOMYLH

I thought I’d try a different medium for this week’s left hand creation. I’ve had these soft pastels – maybe 20 years now but have only tried them once or twice in that time. I like the vibrancy of the colours and the depth and texture that it produces compared to my usual masterpieces (ha!) in ink/markers. They are messy and dusty to work with too. Maybe I’ll do some more experiments….Do you like my crude attempt of an apple in this medium then? Well, BIOMYLH!

Apple on Bowl
Apple on Bowl

Ciao and thanks for stopping by!

Twirlies #34 BIOMYLH

I have been catching the bus to work lately. One, because my car is being experimented by Marky Mark and two, it’s expensive to park in the city. So during my 45 minute (45!) bus ride to town everyday, I draw on my tablet/ipad/whatever you want to call it to alleviate my boredom. So it’s like a little visual diary in electronic form. So today’s left hand creations is a hard copy of one of my digital #busridecreations. Do you like it? Well, BIOMYLH!

Twirlies
Twirlies

Ciao and thanks for stopping by!

H2O #29 BIOMYLH

I’ve been mulling this over all week, which by the way happens to be National Science Week so this kinda fits in with the whole theme of my post….Ok so I understand that there are hydrogen and oxygen atoms all around us. They’re the farking building blocks of  the whole universe, right? Well, hydrogen anyway – 75%  of the universe is made up of this stuff apparently. And so to make a water molecule, 2 hydrogen atoms and 1 oxygen atom need to get together. I get all that. But how do they suddenly form water? If they’re both gases, what’s the catalyst that makes the two atoms into a liquid molecule? Is is the sun, a spark or some kind of energy? I don’t know! My brain is hurting….so I’m going to ease it by being creative and draw my interpretation of H2O using my left hand. Do you like it? Well, BIOMYLH!

H2O

Oyori and thanks for stopping by!