During the past month I have been raising money through kickstarter for the publication of my first book with a compilation of drawings from this complicated year. The process was a success and now I am in the phase of preparing the printing of the book. Once delivered I will have several in stock. I will inform you.
I have decided to change my logo. Little by little I’m going to implement it and I have the idea of making a stamp to sign my works
The nice stroke, and also the nice facial feature.
I have opened a new account in instagram where I will upload portraits.
I’ve decided to relive my patreon. I’ll try to upload exclusive content, behind the scenes images, more videos, and I’m open to suggestions. For only 3 €
Here’s the link: www.patreon.com/labellecicatrice
It is always a pleasure to receive positive feedback on your art but if it also translates into collaborations, it is priceless. I received a commission from S and a few days later she bought a work that she had been selling for some time. I felt like giving her a portrait as a present and from there a certain virtual friendship arose. It also motivated me to give life to my patreon and I am thinking of recording some videos about the process of a work.
An Australian girl wrote me to draw her and his partner. It was the boy’s birthday and I wanted to surprise him. She sent me several photos and this is the one I thought would be ideal for my drawing. The shadows of the blind seemed beautiful to me
I had to censor this image to avoid problems in instagram. I made this drawing of a French girl I often talk to. I drew her three times. This time we want to do a raffle among our followers, but we don’t know how yet. There will be news soon.
I’m obsessed with drawing poses like this. Hands, arms, clothes. Disinhibition, anonymity, symmetry.
I like exchanges with other artists. She’s an artist who draws penises and flowers. I still have my doubts about watercolor and pencil and here I was again making a version of each.
Feedmysin fills me with the part that accepts distance. She appears with a dropper and always runs away, like Cinderella. Her fidelity does not deprive her of sharing her intimacy with my art. Maybe one day I’ll be able to give her back her shoe.