Challenges, drawings

No 37 drawing in my goals for 2018

One more drawing on the way to the goal of 103 drawings. It's still fun and I still get pictures in my head when I read the space poem I use as inspiration for the drawings. En teckning till på min väg mot målet om totalt 103 teckningar. Jag har fortfarande roligt, får nya bilder… Continue reading No 37 drawing in my goals for 2018

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Challenges, drawings

No 32 drawing in my goals for 2018

The technician in the space poem about a spaceship lost in space after leaving earth with thousands and thousands of people tells about the aha moment when he thougt he saw how the universal memory bank worked before it blew up in an explosion. He transformed to a space and eye in madness. Rising from… Continue reading No 32 drawing in my goals for 2018

Music inspiration, Nature miracles, Photographs

Till min syster – For my sister

Kvällens luft innehåller löfte om vårens ankomst. Vårluften har en speciell atmosfär och jag kommer då alltid att tänka på min favoritsång om våren. Dan Anderssons Till min syster. The air to night promise Spring soon. It's a special atmosphere in that Spring air at night. I always come to think about my favorite song… Continue reading Till min syster – For my sister

Challenges, drawings

No 30 drawing in my goals for 2018

Darkness falls on the spaceship drifting towards an unpleasant destiny. Their comfort and godess broke down into pieces and is no longer their guiding star. The spaceship conqueror step forward and thousands of following sheeps mocks the one who in vain tries to fix the godess. This old Swedish space epos that my inspiration to… Continue reading No 30 drawing in my goals for 2018

Challenges, drawings

No 29 drawing in my goals for 2018

The space journey continues. The memory monitor on the space ship can no longer carry the pictures from the explosions on the destroyed earth, so she explode and will no longer exist. The people on the ship wants to run away from the catastrophe but can't hold back their curiosity. So they watch the explosion… Continue reading No 29 drawing in my goals for 2018

Reblogs, What ever

My mind to me a kingdom is

I repost an old post. I live much of my life in my mind. It's like traveling through universe. I find many art ideas there on my journey. So this poem I find very beautiful and well written/Anna I read a blogpost on HarsH ReaLiTy/have you ever if you ever, http://aopinionatedman.com/2015/01/20/have-you-ever-if-you-never/ that made me think of… Continue reading My mind to me a kingdom is

Challenges, drawings

No 28 drawing in my goals for 2017

Maybe this will be the last drawing in the 2017 drawing goals. My plan is to make 103 drawings and this is no 28, so my drawing goals for 2018 will be the same as 2017 and 2016. This is the longest drawing project I have started and still working on. I easily get bored,… Continue reading No 28 drawing in my goals for 2017

Challenges, drawings

No 26 drawing in my goals for 2017

Finally I have managed to find some time for my drawing goals for 2017. I have 103 drawings to create. This is no 26, so it's still a long way to go before I hit the finish line. The story comes from a Swedish poem about a space journey. Mankind has destroyed Earth and cannot… Continue reading No 26 drawing in my goals for 2017

Blogging, Digital paintings, drawings, Reblogs

Icecream bar?

If you haven't found Blair Gaultons blog yet, hurry over and read his poems and absurd thoughts of the day. The absurd thoughts of the day makes images in my head every time I read them. I did a drawing of one of them. You can read the absurd thought of the day, that I… Continue reading Icecream bar?

Blogging, Pastel paintings, Reblogs, What ever

Tomten/Robin Goodfellow

This is a film made with inspiration from a classic Swedish poem by Viktor Rydberg. It's an old film from 1941 but I love it both now and when I was a child. Thanks Lea, you inspired me to this post. Your comment about how we can understand poem in foreign languages though we don't… Continue reading Tomten/Robin Goodfellow