The two panels show Shijo Dori (四条通), probably the best known street in #Kyoto, at night.
I was fascinated by the many traffic lights and road signs and took a few pictures when I was there last summer.
The main figure in the drawing is based on a picture I took at the Gion Matsuri in #Kyoto some years ago. It is a dancer performing the old Japanese court dance "Ran-Ryo-O".
I used Derwent Inktense and Conté Aquaralle pencils as well as watercolour paint (various brands). The paper is Arches 56cmx76cm 300g/m2 rough watercolour paper.
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@wim_v12e Should the last door be painted red, do not open it. Run back, do not look behind, just run. Run all night if necessary and only sleep where your body drops.
However, if the door is green, go through it. Once over a balcony with an impressive view of the Aegean, ask this question out loud: "How does one keep fresh after one's vacation?"
A small medicine bottle should roll down your feet.
This is object 1024 of 538. No one should ever need medication for this.
I don’t like cars, and I don’t like it that asphalt for tarmac is derived from petroleum. Still, when I saw this machine it appealed to me. Perhaps the bright red sunroof with the name of the owner, or the gas bottles and chimney — the decidedly low-tech look. Or because someone has kept this machine in good shape. Or because it fits with the somewhat desultory attempts at upkeep of the local roads.
λ🐫, -Ofun, compiler writer, FPGA researcher, Computing Scientist at Glasgow University.
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