Iskra – WIP

  Half done with the next series. Capturing a person, who only consists of sentences and letters is a completely new experience and I’m surprised how easy drawing people from mind has become for me. Although… Continue reading

A Black Hunt I

  Hunter december 2016 21,0cm x 29,7cm graphite “Let’s be quiet together.” Leonard Cohen – “The Favourite Game” (1963) Hüterin december 2016 21,0cm x 29,7cm graphite “When I let go of what I… Continue reading

The Queen – WIP

While drawing I noticed, that my current project is a good opportunity to show you the process of creating, from sketchy lines to the final shading. For the sketch I used 2B this… Continue reading


Besides the cities, worlds of streets and constructions of steel, nature gives us rest – a special inner peace and balance. Living between tracks and human traces give a different kind of peace: the… Continue reading

Bird & Compass

More Tattoo-exercises.

Hinter Den Spiegeln II

  Hinter Den Spiegeln II November 2016 30cm x 40cm acrylics on canvas on board “What shall we use To fill the empty spaces Where we used to talk? How shall I fill… Continue reading

Hinter den Spiegeln

“Don’t forget that I cannot see myself, that my role is limited to being the one who looks in the mirror.” Jacques Rigaut Still trying to capture a dream figure. It’s difficult to… Continue reading

The Ghost

The Ghost oct-nov 2016 42,0cm x 29,7cm graphite “No matter how fast light travels, it finds the darkness has always got there first, and is waiting for it.” Terry Pratchett “The eternal stars… Continue reading

Black as coal

The first two portraits in coal.

Skulls V

“I wanna see your face painted black. Black as night, black as coal. I wanna see the sun blotted out from the sky. I wanna see it painted, painted, painted, painted black, yeah!”… Continue reading

Portrait Sketches

Fast sketches of family and friends, made at the train or while reading or painting.Find Pablos website here, and Martins here.


Long time no Tattoo-posts, so here is a magpie. Total time: 1 1/2 hours. Find the original photography here.