Category: Una Mirada a Andalucía

Olives of Córdoba is a project consists of eight pieces of watercolour paintings. Judging from painting technique side, it is an experiment whether the style project Zhivago used would receive some positive feedbacks. It is also an attempt to find out if the colour used in the series is the most suitable option for Andalusian […]

A joyful experience is unavoidably going to fade. Your memories started being blurred, details are gone, like falling rain through a sewer. Soon, scenes you have gone through becoming abstract concepts. You forgot how sunlight shines on stairs with hundreds of years of history, you ignore the sound of water dripping on an old church; […]

Initially, there will be no change of colour in the project, but this plan became expired on the third day of the first stage of Los Fragmentos del Albaicín. I noticed even if I have something genuinely inspiring to express in the future, similar colour tune and display method would eventually cause aesthetic fatigue. For […]

Los Fragmentos del Albaicín is a project that I have been planning since the major success of 25 Pieces of Romanticism. The original idea was to reproduce a site I enjoy visiting with massive fractional close-ups. Through the number the I could demonstrate a personal understanding of large-scale scene comprehensively. The small size of each […]

According to the date that recorded in the photo data of the first image, I started this pen dot sketch on 31st May. The process has lasted for entire two months, which made my patience impressed myself. There are two primary methods of producing sketches, generally speaking. One is building the basic shape, and light […]