前陣子很榮幸的收到插畫邀約，與女詩人 Nuria Jui-ling Chien 合作，希望以她的詩文配合繪製插畫＆設計，當時讀完詩文腦中就立馬浮現出草圖，雖然很想馬上動筆，但還是先詢問了客戶的意見，沒想到對方竟然回覆『妳怎麼畫我都喜歡』，聽到這樣的話心裡真是好感動，根本佛心來的啊 😭 被這樣完全信任的託付重任，溫蒂加倍認真💪 後續對稿至印刷成品出來後雙方很滿意～忍了好久，終於可以跟你們分享啦！
▸▸詩文插畫設計共2幅 & 酷卡版面設計
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I had the pleasure of being commissioned by Poet Nuria Chien. I completed two paintings based on her poems. After reading her poems, I had some basic ideas for the illustrations. Although I asked for her opinions, she told me to paint whatever I had envisioned. Having this opportunity and trust really makes me happy, and I am grateful that my vision aligned with the essence of her poems . Now I can finally share my work with you guys! :) ▸▸2 Poetry painting & card design
For inquiries/ commissions feel free to mail me: [email protected] ▸▸My website:
Still one of my favorite oils I’ve done. It’s full of stuff I don’t like technically, but I like that I was able to capture the scene and the style I was liking for. It’s from one of my favorite books, “The Name of the Wind” by Patrick Rothfuss. It’s an amazing book, and has a great sequel, but unfortunately like Martin’s A Song if Ice and Fire, it doesn’t seem like the story will ever get its final entry, which is a shame.
Absolutely love rust and the rainbow of colours that occur from oxidized metal.
Do you see the colours I see?
Blues, purples, reds, green, browns, gold, and white. Rust is such a gorgeous material.
This lightswitch cover was picked up at Tommy Thompson park which is a man-made island spit that narrowly stretches out into the lake on Toronto's East end. Great place to hike because it's a gorgeous home to a variety of birds that are never seen in the city due to it's seclusion. A really remarkable place and my favorite park here because of it's unique landscape. The beaches are full of eroded bricks, rubble, and decades old metal scrap that protrudes from the ground at random places. If you have read some of my other posts you would understand why I enjoy such a place...nature eroding built materials...my thing. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
In this drawing I used white acrylic paint coupled with a white charcoal pencil to create the highlights.
I'm improving with each practice, learning, and through learning I'll teach those that follow my practicing.
That's important to me.
Primo 59-W charcoal pencil, Chinamarker, Copic 0.03 black liner, Derwent procolour pencils, Graphite powder, Windsor & Newton white acrylic paint.