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Sand Castle - 09/10/2005
Sand Castle - 09/10/2005

Canson 160 g 40x31 cm Crayons couleur Prismacolor + Lyra Rembrandt

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Zoo Tiger - 28/03/2006
Zoo Tiger - 28/03/2006

Canson 160 g 28x21 cm Crayons couleur Prismacolor + Lyra Rembrandt

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Bébé Miao - 20/07/2006
Bébé Miao - 20/07/2006

Canson 160 g 24x31 cm Crayons couleur Prismacolor + Lyra Rembrandt

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Water Lilly - 14/03/2007
Water Lilly - 14/03/2007

Canson 160 g 30x23 cm Crayons couleur Prismacolor + Lyra Rembrandt

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Kyoto Geisha - 02/11/2008
Kyoto Geisha - 02/11/2008

Canson 160 g 26x26 cm Crayons couleur Prismacolor + Lyra Rembrandt

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Daibutsu no Nara - 04/02/2009
Daibutsu no Nara - 04/02/2009

Canson 160 g 38.5x31 cm Crayons couleur Prismacolor + Lyra Rembrandt

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Gion Bayashi Kyoto - 26/02/2011
Gion Bayashi Kyoto - 26/02/2011

Black card 180 g 28x30 cm Pitt Pastel Faber Castel (niveau de gris)

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Port d'Honfleur - 16/12/2012
Port d'Honfleur - 16/12/2012

Papier INGRES teinté Daler Rowney 40.6x30.5cm Crayons Pastel sec Rexel DERWENT+Carbothelo STAEDLER + Pitt PASTEL Faber Castel

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Tanya - 06/2013
Tanya - 06/2013

Pastel sec sur PastelMat - 24x30 cm

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Maggie Q actress - 06/2013
Maggie Q actress - 06/2013

soft pastel pencils, pastelmat 24x30 cm

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Wild Life
Wild Life

Pastel pencils PastelMat 24x30 cm

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Cinderella
Cinderella

Soft pastel drawing, PastelMat 24x30 cm Derwent, Faber-Castel, Bruynzeel 2014

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Sarah
Sarah

soft pastel pencils on PastelMat board 24*30cm Derwent, Stabilo, Bruynzeel 2015 Workshop subject 08/2014

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Riya RAY by Ryan Astamendi
Riya RAY by Ryan Astamendi

Riya Ray Soft Pastel pencils on PastelMat board 50*35cm 2015 Photo ref courtesy from Ryan Astamendi Photographer

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Underwater
Underwater

Soft pastel pencils; Carbothello, Derwent, Caran d'ache Soft pastels chalks Sennelier 50*70cm - 2017

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During childhood, birthdays and Christmas were opportunities to be given art materials, pencils and other oil paintings tools. And inevitably over time, I became interested in art and was able to gain some control and develop my own technique, using conventional color pencils.

Then, a first attempt with Pastel grayscale (Gion Bayashi), then a second, more colorful (The port of Honfleur) have finally convinced me to adopt this medium for my future projects. The rendering of the intensity of the color and light that flows from the subject for me are unparalleled.