24
Sep
10

Las muertas en el cementario

Calavera con flores en el cementario, reed pen and inks, 10″ x 15

Esqueleta con vestido rosada parada en el cementario, reed pen and inks, 10″ x 18″

Esqueleta sentada en la tumba, watercolor, colored pencils and micron pen, 8″ x 13″

Esqueleta con chiles en el cementario, watercolor, colored pencils and micron pen, 8″ x 11″

Esqueleta descansando, watercolor, colored pencils and micron pen on watercolor paper, 11″ x 10″

Esqueleta con vestido anaranjado parada en el cementario, watercolor, colored pencils and micron pen, 8″ x 13″

Calavera en el cementario, watercolor, colored pencils and micron pen on watercolor paper, 8″ x 6.5″


1 Response to “Las muertas en el cementario”


  1. October 23, 2010 at 3:36 pm

    love these skeletons in the graveyard. can’t wait to see them in person.


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