white-vanilla:

Waiting For You by Todd Klassy on Flickr.
desk - 22.06.2011/1pm 
Photography, AnnCT 2011

desk - 22.06.2011/1pm 

Photography, AnnCT 2011

instinct
Charcoal on Paper, AnnCT 2011

instinct

Charcoal on Paper, AnnCT 2011

just another dream
Charcoal on Paper, AnnCT 2011

just another dream

Charcoal on Paper, AnnCT 2011

brother
Charcoal on Paper, AnnCT 2011

brother

Charcoal on Paper, AnnCT 2011

a rest
Charcoal on Paper, AnnCT 2011

a rest

Charcoal on Paper, AnnCT 2011

runaway
Acrylic on Paper, AnnCT 2011

runaway

Acrylic on Paper, AnnCT 2011

one ends another one begins
Charcoal on Paper, AnnCT 2011

one ends another one begins

Charcoal on Paper, AnnCT 2011

First sketch/idea -  ’the sphinx in you’ - after one of the known most famous riddle in history for passersby…
"Which creature in the morning goes on four legs, at mid-day on two, and in the evening upon three, and the more legs it has, the weaker it be?"
Charcoal on Paper, AnnCT 03/2011

First sketch/idea -  ’the sphinx in you’ - after one of the known most famous riddle in history for passersby…

"Which creature in the morning goes on four legs, at mid-day on two, and in the evening upon three, and the more legs it has, the weaker it be?"

Charcoal on Paper, AnnCT 03/2011

Apologies
Charcoal on Paper, AnnCT 2011

Apologies

Charcoal on Paper, AnnCT 2011

Un-spoken
Charcoal on Paper, AnnCT 2011

Un-spoken

Charcoal on Paper, AnnCT 2011

Locked away, No.578/1/L
Charcoal on Paper, AnnCT 2011

Locked away, No.578/1/L

Charcoal on Paper, AnnCT 2011

Kindergarten
Charcoal on Paper, AnnCT 2011

Kindergarten

Charcoal on Paper, AnnCT 2011

A forgotten name
Charcoal on Paper, AnnCT 2011

A forgotten name

Charcoal on Paper, AnnCT 2011

The Day the Tide went away. [next development stage]
One day, in a town at the edge of the world, the tide went out and never returned. The sea just left without warning. At first, people were little more than puzzled. They continued to gossip and fight over the same old things. But soon a silence began to permeate the township….
Read the whole short Story [from the movie: In my father’s den]
Charcoal, Acrylic on Paper, AnnCT 2011

The Day the Tide went away. [next development stage]

One day, in a town at the edge of the world, the tide went out and never returned. The sea just left without warning. At first, people were little more than puzzled. They continued to gossip and fight over the same old things. But soon a silence began to permeate the township….

Read the whole short Story [from the movie: In my father’s den]

Charcoal, Acrylic on Paper, AnnCT 2011