My art

I have been drawing since I was a child, like all children, but in my case I have continued to do so until today. But it wasn’t until I went through a complicated time in my life that I decided I really wanted to learn how to draw. Even with a job and a child that absorbed my time I was able to dedicate some time every day. The style evolved and from the initial portraits I moved on to an interest in the human body and later on to eroticism. With the arrival of Covid, despite being a complicated time on a personal level, I knew how to take advantage of it and I was able to dedicate a lot of time to art.

These are some of my favorite works in the different techniques I use.

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Some of the materials I use

Watercolor, ink and pencil on Natural Color Paper

This is my most common technique today and my favorite because I can combine pencil and watercolor on a paper that I feel comfortable with. This paper also allows me to paint with white pencil. The combination with the red and the background gives a warmth to the final art. I work on a Legion Stonehenge Fawn 250 gsm and Fabriano Rosaspina Avorio 285 gsm paper.

Watercolor on White Paper

Much of my work has been in watercolor on a white background. An important training process with some interesting results. I usually combine it with a precise pencil drawing although sometimes I prefer to let it walk on its own. I work on an Arches Watercolor Hot Pressed 300 gsm paper.

Pencil & ink

The basis of everything is the pencil and I always come back to it. It’s where I feel most confident and where I check where I am at. I usually work on a DIN A4 160 gsm paper.

Toned paper

An old technique when I still couldn’t find the right paper. I was able to experiment and it helped me find my way. I worked on a DIN A4 135 gsm natural brown paper. I used pencils for the lines and shadows, watercolor, and pastel pencil for the white.

Watercolor and Pencil portraits

I’ve always been fascinated by the portrait as it undresses you in front of the viewer. Same technique as the first one but with this theme.

Pencil portraits

I work in a DIN A4 160 gsm paper.


It is not a technique that I usually use but when I have used it, I have found the results very attractive both in erotic drawings and portraits.

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