One of the scene in the movie "Big Fish". Used yellow colour to most part of the painting to show warm and bright moment of the scene.
I have been creating my own artworks since 2021. I am drawing and painting mostly through digital and mixed media, also on canvas as well. I like to see the landscape as my own way and express it through the artworks.
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I would like to express the view that we cannot see while we live in the city. We are not able to see the milky way in the middle of the city life. That is why I was painting what actual life cannot show us. The unrealistic moments of the painting can make it more beautiful.
Fairmont Le Château Frontenac in Quebec City. I did pencil drawing to the upper side which is focusing on the building itself such as shapes, angles, and the mood of the city. But I did colour painting to the bottom side which shows the reflection of the view. It contains the colours that the other side does not have. I wanted to express the differences between what we actually see the the world and how we feel the world.