Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Tangerine juice.

Another kitchen magic scene, loving, friendly, nostalgic. I used Pear ink and finished with Noodler's ink. Funny that they so close in color that it is hard to say it apart. I added bits of color with few Kuretake brushes. Paper Hahnemuhle torchon. I should spend a bit more money on good paper, because ink works better on it and it is not buckling  from washes.
It said "Tangerine juice" in Japanese. This cute juicer I bought few years ago on flea market at Coney Island, some vintage piece.

2 comments:

CrimsonLeaves said...

Nostalgic indeed! I thought you were using tangerine juice to paint a bit! LOL Course, then I scrolled down a bit more. A most delightful sketch and it makes me want toast.

Your photo below of sitting on your back porch is beautiful. You have a gorgeous spot there!

Nikira said...

Thank you CrimsonLeaves! Juice would be too sticky. Lol. It is so beautiful Upstate. Than loan was shaved but mountains still blue.