Mirrorless Masterpiece!

Olympus have done it again and drawn a line in the sand for others to compete with. Taking inspiration in their own illustrious history, and adding a touch of award-winning technology, the PEN-F takes “rangefinder-style” digital cameras to the next level.

Olympus have designed a modern classic that will re-inspire you and rekindle your passion for photography. They have designed a camera that genuinely harks back to glory days of the 1960’s when JFK became the US president and man landed on the moon.
Originally introduced in 1963, the Olympus Pen F of old was a beautifully designed half frame interchangeable camera that was followed by the Pen FT and then the Pen FV.

But looking beyond the 1960’s looks, it feels a stunning camera to hold and use. With a metallic build, super fast focusing, and pin-sharp images; this is a beautiful camera to own, use and capture those glorious images.

The metal dial is a prominent feature of the much-vaunted PEN school of design, which blends contemporary and retro style elements with luxury materials and quality craftsmanship. Screw heads are nowhere to be seen on the PEN-F! Like its classic ‘step-up’ silhouette, the look, feel and photographic performance of the PEN-F are intended to induce envy in photo hipsters – both on the street and online.



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Train Girl, Photoshop ILLUSTRATION

This one is a thing that happen to me all the time on my faculty times. I did this 5 days ago. It was a sketch from 2 or 3 years ago. It was a small pleasure… sleeping on the train with the hot sun by the sea on my face, going home.

I decided to finish some drawings that I started in the past. And because is anime related I thought it was nice to use colors from my beloved Studio Ghibli movies! I use the hair and cloth colors from the character Chihiro from Spirited Away! Then, yesterday I found out that  Michiyo Yasuda died. She was responsible for that same colors! I feel sad, and this is kind of my tribute to her!

RIP Michiyo Yasuda




 STAGE 1, Aug 23, 2014

Some work in progress from an old sketch idea of 2011.

WaterFace #cmdotpm
I was cleaning up my mess when I found a sketch on a vellum paper made in 2011. Some weird idea of fluctuating water suffocating the breeding part of the face. Looked at it and thought that is was time to start coloring it on Photoshop CS6. Put it in my poor Lexmark Scanner and started right away. Made some progress but it’s way different from coloring with watercolors or another kind of ink on real paper. At this stage, I spent already 3 to 4 hours.

STAGE 2, Set 09, 2014



I did much more and change parts. Like… When I was doing the highlights of the hair I put this background color and I simply loved it. I tried a few more colors but always in the same pallet. And after that, the blue of her eyes didn’t felt so right and I simply change them to greens instead, give it more balance. Her right eye is bigger than the previous ones because was just not right, we are not symmetric but the differences are very smooth, and that eye was looking at me and killing me, giving me an idea that she is deformed or something. Put more reds around the skin to look more that she is crying for a long time. I’m realizing that I did a lot of changing in the eyes, and I can tell you that I’m not satisfied yet. Like I said before I want a natural look and still, she looks like has tonnes of mascara on her eyelashes or her hair-brows are too thin. It was the first thing that I did, after the skin, so is kinda normal the concept is not totally formed yet at that stage. I think it happens because of the lack of experience on illustrating on photoshop.
I began the chest part freely painting but after some point I looked on the web for some references, not to place them and painting above, just put them aside and looked them up just for having points of bone shapes and proportions.
I didn’t like her mouth, her lips, it looked like doll’s lips, full of red bright lipstick on, and that was not my idea at all, not a makeup girl… if I did, probably the eye makeup was going with the tears and flow in the water, another type of hair, face, etc. Is not a bad concept, but not for this one.
And is more than enough writing on this one, next stage I will talk about the lights that I’m actually studying right now. Thanks.

STAGE 3, Apr 6, 2015

I didn’t touch in this for a long time but I have to finish it. Last time I posted one of these was smaller and without water life. aha… This is a general idea. Now I have to do the final touches.


Sushissimo GRAPHIC’S

Redesign of food and drinks menus, hand flyer, business card and lightbox outdoor.

Translation of food menu into English and Spanish.

DL hand flyer

visit card

lightbox outdoor



Ginger on the Roof, WATERCOLOR

My moleskine was almost forgotten when I did this one.


Moleskine Geiko, WATERCOLOR

My first backround in 2011.

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I like doing portraits. And this illustration it’s a small watercolor in my Moleskine. It was, at first, a simple black and white drawing of a geisha and her Japanese parasol that I simply disliked. After some long months, I looked at some old Japanese photos, at random, and, out of nothing, I added this background based in some of those photos.

What I would normally use to sketch when I do watercolor is Sumi-e ink: a traditional black ink stick used in Japanese calligraphy and drawings. I personally like applying it directly on paper without pencil sketching. You get nice smooth grays with it, dries fast, and doesn’t blur if you layer it with more water or ink after drying. I bought mine in Ponto das Artes that comes in a mini-subcase kit of two (not professional) Japanese brushes, a little “spoon”, a ceramic godet, a worked stone and another stone to mix the water with the ink stick. I just bought it because it´s cute, but I really got used to it. In my opinion, it’s much better than black China ink.

Sushissimo, FACEBOOK

Facebook management for 6 months.

Valantine’s day, father’s day and other ocasions promotions.

Incrised likes from 4000 to more than 7000.

man me, pencil on paper PORTRAIT

I decide to study my face and make a man me.

I like doing portraits, but, most of the time it’s just copying some image or photograph. It’s difficult to make life portraits of someone because the person has to be still for so long. So I decided to play with anatomy, fantasize a little and make a man me. With the help of a mirror and some photos I basically just put a stronger jaw, more eyebrows, facial hair (not too much because my hair is very thin), larger neck, more dark circles and deeper wrinkles, I transformed me into a man. I didn’t want just a teen because in reality, most of the time, boys still look kinda girly so… this is the result.

starfish SERIES


Illustration series in china ink and watercolors about starfish and how to freak out about it.