dimecres, d’agost 02, 2017

ESG: My favourite picture(s) of the month July

July was such a still and quiet month... I was (still am) on winter break from college and I barely left my house. I worked a little for my next term, but mostly I just was on full-lazy mode. 
There weren't many remarcable pictures this month, and the drawings I made were not properly photograph, so I present you now this scarce selection:

My cat and I were really on the same lazy-mood...
If she wasn't under the covers, she was sleeping ON me, really seizing my time at home. 

I went to an art exhibition one morning at the local university's museum. It was a retrospective of the Braque Prize
It was really interesting, mostly because some of these works are from the period I'm currently researching
A tiny translucent snail I found one morning after the rain

dissabte, de juliol 01, 2017

ESG: My favourite picture(s) of the month June

The end of June brought along the end of school and the begining of winter break. It was a busy month but, for once, I had no nervous breakdowns with deadlines and such things, and all went surprisingly smooth

I'm always amazed when flowers bloom in autumn or winter. 

The view from my grandmother's apartment. The weather that day was inbelievable heavy and, as you can see, threathening with storm.  

A couple of sketches I did for my school project. I'm working with my doll collection and I'm planning on doing portraits of all of them, 

Drawing class' final. This period I felt comfortable and happy with my drawings for the first time since I got to college, so I felt very proud when I got the highest grade possible :D 

The monthly cat picture. There were lots of pictures like this, because during the colder days she wanted to sleep over me no matter what. 

diumenge, de juny 04, 2017

ESG: My favourite picture(s) of the month May

I had no expectations for May, and it turned out being such a lovely month! 

Homework for my drawing classes. Of all the landscapes I had to draw, this was my favorite.

I hosted Tatyana for some days during May too, and I used her as an excuse to visit La Abadía, which used to be a monks' residence and is now a cultural institution. 

The building was left unfinished, so some galleries are roofless. 

It's really a beautiful place! Those galleries were just too lovely, no two chapiters were the same!

And the month's kitty pictures: the later the sun comes up, the chillier the days, the harder the mornings.

So every bit of sun is seized at its fullest!