When I paint, there is always a scrap of the same material that I use for testing colors and techniques. Many times these scraps eventually become art themselves. It's like a casserole, mixings of this and that, which inevitably becomes art unto itself.
Watercolor, color pencil and ink.
Two and a quarter by three and a quarter inches.
The strong, variable winds blow constantly, so the skins of the buildings are built of corrugated, hot-pressed banana leaves. The buildings can sway and stretch with the winds. No petroleum products needed.
This here is genuine, authenticated migraine therapy art. I had them for years but always opt to spend the hours doing what I call 'comfort art'. No head under a pillow one hibernating in bed Just natural light and a very quiet space with paper and pen. Since I've been working on this style of art the past few days, maybe it's a premonition of a migraine to come. If it wasn't so much challenging fun and soothing comfort for the brain, the headaches would be the terrible awfulness that migraine people all know all so well.