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I am an interdisciplinary artist who works with a variety of media ( ) I also advocate the
making of and teach photography.

now that we have a new influx of users (re) / was necessary (last one was I think 3 years ago?) Welcome, all new and returning users! :)

Today, we start the #yunocamp a camp dedicated to #yunohost and the #internetcube.

We are at La Felicita in #paris. Feel free to join us !

We suggest the remote community to meet us on the chat. Remote contributors can also chat on mumble on audio.sans-nuage.fr .

More info: libreto.sans-nuage.fr/yunocamp

been dealing with some health issues so going a bit slower than I like but here is some recent work.

the left one is with Faber-Castell polychromos. right two are in watercolor.

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here are some pages from my sketchbook over last week. a lot of color studies and learning to control watercolor gradients

today's work I am trying to stick to daily art but it won't probably be this every day. I have a bit of a photography queue.

and start of a new

as I like the paper of this one I might divide my sketchbooking into two and keep this for documentation....

or just end up not bothering

over last weeks I took a break from social media to grade, then to travel then this. This is the last page of my sketchbook that I begun in 2017. (if anyone still remembers the initial attempt at inktober that october, those illustrations were drawn there) I don't use a sketchbook a lot but I realized sketchbooks are a good place to doodle rather than random pieces of paper. also no previous pages are full of tears (I was testing masking) a lot of gradients. not pretty

okay question for people who have recently ordered art or other type of items from a small shop. what shipping price range looks normal to you

or how much would you be willing to pay for shipping? (feel free to boost or comment as well)

for context I haven't recently bought anything internationally and the prices I have been given in local cargo compang kind of surprised me and not sure if they are overpriced or not.

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okay question for people who have recently ordered art or other type of items from a small shop. what shipping price range looks normal to you

or how much would you be willing to pay for shipping? (feel free to boost or comment as well)

Another release? Another release!! Don't stop me know 🚀

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correction, the ones on the right are switching between watercolor and colored pencils (different colors - I am using 2 sets with different colors in them)

the one on left, the eyes are with my old crayolas. one of the gradients on left is also with crayolas. so there is 3 different sets being used across these 3 pages despite end result being the same color

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I have been quiet and will be for another week or so but just wanted to quickly share this.

these are not finished work. they are studies. the difference is the goal. I am learning to work with watercolor pencils, color matching, practicing gradients. (some of the 'eyes' on left are made with different mediums AND mix of different colors)

this is the type of work that is often invisible that is done by an artist that helps us get to the finished works you see.

if you are supporting someone or a project via Patreon or Bandcamp subscriptions or any other non-anonymous patronage/crowdfunding/donation platform, what do you want in return, if anything?

Feel free to comment in replies if nothing applies but you have thoughts.

(please boost for visibility)

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