In my desperate (believe it, desperate I say) search for a style, a sense to all this crap I put out daily, a meaning, an idea, a whatever damn thing, I started browsing some of my books and I stumbled in one of my old Egon Schiele
art book. It reminded me why I wanted to be an "artist" at first and inspired me so much that I decided to try to do something using a stylization based upon Schiele's unbeliavable-wonderful art works.
Nothing original, I know, but I had fun doing this stuff, I confess, and I find really stimulating to take a step out of my comfort zone once in a while.
I like to experiment in drawing human bodies (and I have a sort of controlled fetish for the shapes of the human bodies -_-).
gauche + pen + watercolor
based on a Paolo Roversi photo.