Happy Wednesday everyone! Also, happy July! New month is here and with beginning of it I made a new painting. Seems I'm still in some sort of outer space period so this one is also inspired by cosmic events as few of my previous paintings are. This one is called Coming together, falling apart and I was inspired to do it after I read something about Giant-impact hypothesis. According to it Moon was formed out of debris left over from a collision of Earth and another planet cca 4.5 billion years ago. When I read that I thought how cool it would be to paint two planets colliding not because I wanted to illustrate that event but because planets seem like a good metaphor for lets say people or minds and this painting could also represent a collision or an intense confrontation between two persons or two minds. So, before I started working on the painting first I made some sketches that you can see below and as usual you can see the whole making of process in video above.
After a really long blogging break (that can be blamed on being too busy, then being ill for too long, then getting better but getting way too busy again) I wanted to share two of my latest drawings inspired by starry nights, snowy mountains and pale moon. With the end of year approaching I'm feeling tempted to reflect on it but since it was a very stressful year I will just happily say goodbye and leave it behind for good, looking forward to 2016. I do feel pretty excited for new year, new studio space and all the new art I'm planning to make. I hope we all have the most wonderful, happiest new year and that all of your wishes come true ♥