A watercolour illustration for a book called 「名建築の空想イラスト図鑑」(Famous Architecture Daydream Illustrations) featuring 20 illustrators painting famous, but no longer existing architecture marvels.
I painted a wooden fire station that was located in Aomori prefecture, build in 1920 inspired by Russian architecture, and demolished in 1982. Using old photos and plans as references I tried to depict the building and a fresh, late spring day using bright, saturated colours while staying true to the original building’s shape, details and colours.
Hello there ! It’s been a while since i’ve posted some stuff ! I started just a simple drawing, I didn’t had the intention to make a whole illustration, but It just turned this way haha! Hope you’ll like it :)
Youngboy vs Oldboy Whichever team gives the best reaction with this old Japanese gag wins~ -Youngboy team won-
In Japanese, when you knock on a door and enter, you usually say “Gomen - Kudasai, but because Osaka has a dialect they sometimes say “Gomen - Kusai. “Kusai” also means smelly or stinky in Japanese. That’s why the gag is to over exaggerate a reaction when someone says “Gomen - Kusai.”
Schmeiß dir nh Teil, zieh dir nh Line Alter scheiß mal auf die Welt und baller dir was rein. Weed, Teile, Pilze, amphetamin, LSD, PCP und n Nase Kokain, Etavalium und wenns sein muss Benzin aber nie wieder clean.