Painting / watercolour: Practice/experiment (this is not a portrait).
Bear with me for publishing this as it does indeed look "wrong". However, anatomically correctness or similarity to any person was not the purpose. This was painted upside-down inspired by a randomly selected reference photo (google search for "face" or similar) -- using no initial sketch and no outline nor any other types of help/aides/tools. I deliberately made it as hard to do as possible, save for using a blindfold and restricting my movement.
Painting/concrete ... with a little iridescence
The iridescence is visible only as your eyes move relative to the painting, hence it is not visible on the photo (it is an effect that can not be photographed).
Painting / watercolour:
I'm in the process of (re-)discovering watercolour. Of course I've used it before, but rarely. Mostly for special effects, details, colouring of prints, etc. I'm starting to explore it a little more. This is nothing special, just a practice piece / a sketch after some book.
Painting / watercolour / study: Two dolmens, painted from imagination
Painting: a long-running project (WIP):
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