We are already in the middle of autumn, but there is no normal rain.
And he just needed me to see it with my own eyes, not trusting the omniscient Internet, and drawing it from nature in the same way as he sees a normal person, and not a gadget (a word contrary).
But there was no rain, and I had to resort to his symbolic to the image. It was easy for me, thanks to my completely forgotten engineering and design past, school pen fountain pen of the 70s and heavy (10 kg) meter machine line.
The result is the picture "Rain".
The picture "House" is the same, but without the rain. As a result, I was disappointed in the rain. Here are two more recent works:
The picture is "Moon". It depicts the bell tower of the Assumption Cathedral in Tashkent, which was recently visited by the Patriarch of All Russia. Instead of the moon, I first planned to portray any winged evil spirits. But apparently I condescended to the RIGHT Holy Spirit, and the evil spirits I replaced with the moon.
The painting "Sirtaki" is inspired by the beautiful last scene of one of the the most favorite films of my childhood "Greek Zorba". Recently I revised it and found out that back in the 60s this film received three Oscars.
That's all the news.