Saturday, October 30, 2010

October 30, Brooklyn.

Autumn in Brooklyn. I used ink I mixed, this time it is less brown, I kinda like it, towards Noodler's Lexington Gray. One day I want to get Lexington Gray and Walnut inks. I like light sad vintage monochrome coloring, reminding old movies or faded photographs, like memories, when you remember feelings, but not sure of shapes. On the top is my list, I didn't plan to use the whole spread, but brunches looked so interesting, so I let it be.

5 comments:

Irina said...

Bravo.
Why red lights??))

Nikira said...

Thank you, Irina. Red is a magic color, It has a big meaning in Japan and another reason, because I draw mostly from the car, this what I see, red lights blinding me (when it gets darker) and I like the rhythm of it.

Deborah said...

Stunning pages - just stunning! Your work is just so lovely!

Nikira said...

Thank you so much, Deborah, for your kind words. :-)

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