|First painting of the day. A watercolor painting in the |
backyard of the house I stayed at. Moleskine watercolor
sketchbook. Location: Montlandon
|We went to Langres and painted at a parking lot behind |
the gate. The shadows on the roof were really tricky
because of the cool nearly purple shadows. Gouache
painting in watercolor sketchbook.
|A gouache painting of the church in Langres. The sun creeped up to me while painting.|
That resulted in a sweaty late afternoon with no motivation to add any more detail.
Important notice: the subject had waaaaay more detail than this sketch.
|Back in Montlandon backyard where I saw a nice|
house with the light of the setting sun hitting the
trees in the background. Watercolor and gouache.
|Last painting of the trip. I prepared a nice composition for this; some sheep chilling|
in the sun behind a fence. In the background a small formation of trees. Unfortunately
the Sunday storm hit us after about 45 minutes. Watercolor painting.
|I like to sketch other people when I take a break. Using a 0.5 mmSteadtler fineliner |
in my mini-sketchbook (A6-sized I believe).
Tinkles looks like a rat-human because he was close to the Accident when it happened. The radioactive clouds were mild, but affected his body: he now has larger ears and a tail. He was a mechanic before the Accident, so he likes to tinker with things. Most of the weapons the team use were made or modified by him.
Happy was born after the Accident occurred; she is the only post-apocalyptic child of the team. Because of that she does not know what the world was like before the Accident. As a result, she treats activities such as killing, surviving, and scavenging as normal.