An Asian Journey (Inktober 2017)
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    2 years traveling / 13 countries / 30 drawings I took the Inktober challenge this year because I've felt the need of going back to the basics of… Read More
    2 years traveling / 13 countries / 30 drawings I took the Inktober challenge this year because I've felt the need of going back to the basics of drawing (paper, pencil and ink)  and also to celebrate our 2 years traveling around Asia, a journey we started on October 2015 with @FlorCebolla.  In this pictures I've tried to canalize all the magic  that we saw in this amazing continent: the abundance of the  jungles of South East Asia, the mystic mountains up in the Himalayas, the Hindu pilgrims of Varanasi,  the futuristic cities of China, and specially the Asian people, their gods and beliefs... I strongly recommend taking this challenge to everyone who’s interested in art (and self) exploration. Not just because you will learn a lot by drawing on a daily basis, but also to help your creativity flow freely and be aware of all the inspiration we carry inside everyday, that sometimes we don't see for being distracted or "busy". Follow me on Instagram to see more about this project and our nomad journey: instagram.com/juancasini Read Less
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2 years traveling / 13 countries / 30 drawings

I took the Inktober challenge this year because i've felt the need of going back to the basics of drawing (paper, pencil and ink) 
and also to celebrate our 2 years traveling around Asia! a journey we started on October 2015 with @FlorCebolla. 
In this pictures I've tried to canalize all the magic that we saw in this amazing continent: the abundance of the jungles of South East Asia, the mystic mountains up in the Himalayas, the Hindu pilgrims of Varanasi,  the futuristic cities of China, 
and specially the beautiful people we found in our way.

I strongly recommend taking this challenge to everyone interested in art (and self) exploration. Not just because you will learn a lot by drawing on a daily basis, but also to help your creativity flow freely and be aware of all the inspiration we carry inside everyday, that sometimes we don't see for being "busy" or distracted.

Follow me on Instagram to see more about this project and our nomad journey!

Witchcraft & Magic shop - Kathmandu, Nepal - काठमांडौ
Indian Gipsy - Rishikesh, India - ऋषिकेश 
Sharkeling - Pulau Kapas, Malaysia
Varanasi Studies - Benares, India - वाराणसी
Bengali Eyes - Kolkata, India - কলিকাতা
The Prince - Ruwanwella, Sri Lanka -  ශ්‍රී ලංකා ප්‍රජාතාන්ත්‍රික සමාජවාදී ජනරජය
Rama meets Hanuman - Auroville, India - தமிழ் நாடு
5-Faced God - Somewhere in India
Langur thieves of the Rajasthan - Pushkar, India - पुष्कर
Puja! - Delhi, India - ਨਵੀਂ ਦਿੱਲੀ,
The city older than time - Vārāṇasī, India - वाराणसी
Desert Family Night - Khuri, Rural Rajasthan, India - राजस्थाण
Ajuma (Korean Auntie) - Busan, South Korea - 대한민국
Ramadan Magic Jungle - Lombok, Indonesia
Taipei Girl - Taipei, Taiwan - 臺北市
Parakumba, the Giant King - Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka - අනුරාධපුර
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Pigsy, the pig-God of lust and Taoist witchcraft - Shanghai, China - 上海市

Psychic Geisha - Tokyo, Japan - 東京都
Nezha vs the Monkey King - Xi'an, China - 西安
Chang'e coming back to the moon and the rabbit making the elixir of immortality - Sun Moon Lake, Taiwan - 日月潭
Cormorant Fishing - Yangshuo, China - 阳朔县
Himalayan Yak - Annapurnas, Nepal - अन्नपूर्णा
Mahārāja of the Rajasthan - Jaipur, India
Neo Taipei 2067 - New Taipei, Taiwan - 台北市
Dystopian Hong Kong - Hong Kong Island - 香港
Dystopian Kowloon - Kowloon, Hong Kong - 九龍寨城
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Kurukullā - Tibet - ཀུ་རུ་ཀུ་ལླཱ་
Magical Rice Asteroid - Dragon Backbone's Rice Terraces, China - 龙脊梯田
Deer God - Kanra Machi, Japan - 甘楽町
Cebolla Nómade / The Nomad Onion