Feb photoblogging 📸 day 3: reflect

Philippians 4:18 > “Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.”

I think this is something religious and non-religious can agree upon.

February photoblogging day 1: open.

I went to the nearby playground with my daughter. There was no one else there; I guess it was their nap time. This climbing frame is small enough and easy enough for my daughter to climb and navigate alone.

This would have worked better in colour I suspect. Krakus mount in Krakow in the distance. Hassleblad 500cm - HP5 film

Another “urban sketching” experiment (I used a photo as it’s cold and I have a kid at home!) I made some mistakes with the first layer (too heavy paint in the sky not enough variation in the church) and I thought the foundation was terrible! But I think the end result is…okay. And I’ve learnt something so who cares.

I don’t share many photos of my daughter but I’ll share this one. From our trip to Zakopane.

We were in Zakopane this weekend and I tried my hand at urban sketching. It’s amazing how a few points can really help. Instead of starting with the pen, I started with the underlying colours. I think it turned out much better.

I broke out my little watercolour set this morning to make a picture of my daughter. Still getting used to watercolours but I managed to do a bit of highlights and shadows.

I busted out the pentel brush pen for #blackinkfriday five free Black Friday alternative activities.

I made a “Hawaii at night” inspired IPhone Wallpaper. Feel free to download if you fancy.