This week was more interesting. I’ve noticed a change in the way I render myself and keeping a daily practice has not only kept my creativity flowing, but I also feel like it’s made me more on point. Plus, since I don’t want to repeat myself, I’m finding it easier to push myself to find new ways of creating a self-portrait. :):) Super fun! 17 more days to go!
Oil Pastel on a photograph print by Leonor Jurado.
Gold and bronze marker plus some masking tape on some handmade paper by Leonor Jurado.
Oil pastel and doilies on newspaper.
Oil pastel on handmade paper by Leonor Jurado.
Colored pencil and marker on plain white paper.
Whiteout on black paper.
Sharpie on an old flour box which I ripped off to glue onto an old drawing I did with a five-year-old I met in Tumbaco. Then I went over it with oil pastel and glued on some doodles I did the other day. I think that going to see Mulinuco waterfalls today subconsciously made me draw water.