Since my old sketchbook’s full, I now have a new one where I’m exploring oriental art and testing all kinds of techniques and ideas.
The sketchbook itself is handmade from Nepal so it fits with the oriental theme throughout it. Some of the writing inside is from a unique alphabet I designed, which is supposed to look like a mix of western and eastern languages, to use in my artwork. The printed pictures stuck into the sketchbook (as seen above) are an ink painting by Tani Buncho and ‘The Great Wave off Kanagawa’ by Hokusai.
I hope you enjoyed looking at the sketchbook photos and thanks for reading!
Posted on April 2, 2015, in Experimental, Sketch/Drawing and tagged Art, blueprints, china, Hokusai, Ink, Japan, orient, oriental, Sketchbook, steampunk, Tani Buncho, tweedle, tweedles. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.