The medieval festival in Linz last Saturday was great. The day was a bit cloudy and rainy, so I could try out my cloak for the first time. Nothing can beat the feeling of walking through the shopping street of a city all cloaked up. I smiled through the whole day.
All in all, I'm very impressed by what the OÖ Familienbund achieved. You could see they put a lot of effort in the festival. There was no entrance fee (usually it's just free for people dressed in medieval clothes) and in the evening there were two concerts which were also for free, thanks to sponsors that the Familienbund found. Very, very impressive. There were also a lot of events going on and a good amount of sellers. I had a great time.
I'd have loved to share it with somebody but my brother and his girlfriend were still in Graz to study for their exams. Really, the only thing that would have made the festival better would have been being there people who enjoyed it as much as I did.
I also got asked for information at least 10 times because people thought I was one of the helpers.
Couple of recently finished paintings:
My entry for this round of the DAF artbattle. There are loads of extremely cool entries there. I was blown away by the sheer amount of skills.
A painting that I've been working on and off for a couple of months. I simply can't get it right, so I've abandoned it now.
And a practice head done some time ago. Playing with skin tones.