Working with dental design, but love creating with colors. Painting in oil, aquarelle, gouache and now even digital Paper.
Love the nature and animals, light and shadows.
You are welcome to look around and see my pictures.

adoodlinby:

On top of the world. More cloud nonsense..

Fresh air. Good work
adoodlinby:

On top of the world. More cloud nonsense..

Fresh air. Good work

adoodlinby:

On top of the world. More cloud nonsense..

Fresh air. Good work

fredenlund asked:
Hej Niklas, fantastiska bilder! Håller själv på en del med paper o andra appar men sannerligen inte på din nivå. Jäkligt inspirerande att se vad man kan göra! Mvh Anders Fredenlund

Hej Anders
Tack för komplimangen. Kul att du gillar mina bilder. Tycker programmat är ypperligt och likt akvarellteknik och oljeteknik.
Inspirerande med andras bilder och teknik från olika delar av världen.
Med vänlig hälsning, Niclas W “nbase66”

Made With Paper

Swedish “flöte”.
The sweetest thing to do at the lake on summer is angling bass with float. My brother and I were always together with our grandfather fishing in his little wooden boat at his summer cottage in the woods.
Made With Paper

Swedish “flöte”.
The sweetest thing to do at the lake on summer is angling bass with float. My brother and I were always together with our grandfather fishing in his little wooden boat at his summer cottage in the woods.

Made With Paper

Swedish “flöte”. The sweetest thing to do at the lake on summer is angling bass with float. My brother and I were always together with our grandfather fishing in his little wooden boat at his summer cottage in the woods.

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A mooring in a harbour spring 2014
Made With Paper
A mooring in a harbour spring 2014

Made With Paper

A mooring in a harbour spring 2014

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Here we spent many summers. Stunning views of the west coast of southern Sweden in Stora Hult. These small “gutefår” graze peacefully on the edge of the sea. A really nice and warm summer evening.
Made With Paper
Here we spent many summers. Stunning views of the west coast of southern Sweden in Stora Hult. These small “gutefår” graze peacefully on the edge of the sea. A really nice and warm summer evening.

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Here we spent many summers. Stunning views of the west coast of southern Sweden in Stora Hult. These small “gutefår” graze peacefully on the edge of the sea. A really nice and warm summer evening.

huntsmandeb:

Made With Paper
I’m very proud of this creation, not the painting, but the little boat in it, Femme Fatale. I didn’t exactly create it, I helped to rebuild it. Others worked on it for years before I came on scene a few weeks before Hurricane Isaac. A lot of the work had been done, most of it probably a result of Ella’s efforts, who is driving the boat in the painting. She took the risk to take on the project, begged, borrowed and worked to raise money to do the things beyond her scope and buy missing parts. As in the painting, I was just crew. While we puttered around the harbor in the beautifully renewed 50 year-old boat, that hadn’t sailed in over a decade, I hoped some on shore would notice, stop what they were doing and exclaim, “Well I’ll be damned! They finally did it.”

Like it a lot.
huntsmandeb:

Made With Paper
I’m very proud of this creation, not the painting, but the little boat in it, Femme Fatale. I didn’t exactly create it, I helped to rebuild it. Others worked on it for years before I came on scene a few weeks before Hurricane Isaac. A lot of the work had been done, most of it probably a result of Ella’s efforts, who is driving the boat in the painting. She took the risk to take on the project, begged, borrowed and worked to raise money to do the things beyond her scope and buy missing parts. As in the painting, I was just crew. While we puttered around the harbor in the beautifully renewed 50 year-old boat, that hadn’t sailed in over a decade, I hoped some on shore would notice, stop what they were doing and exclaim, “Well I’ll be damned! They finally did it.”

Like it a lot.

huntsmandeb:

Made With Paper

I’m very proud of this creation, not the painting, but the little boat in it, Femme Fatale. I didn’t exactly create it, I helped to rebuild it. Others worked on it for years before I came on scene a few weeks before Hurricane Isaac. A lot of the work had been done, most of it probably a result of Ella’s efforts, who is driving the boat in the painting. She took the risk to take on the project, begged, borrowed and worked to raise money to do the things beyond her scope and buy missing parts. As in the painting, I was just crew. While we puttered around the harbor in the beautifully renewed 50 year-old boat, that hadn’t sailed in over a decade, I hoped some on shore would notice, stop what they were doing and exclaim, “Well I’ll be damned! They finally did it.”

Like it a lot.