A few months ago, I backed another one of Bernat Moreno’s sketchbook on Kickstarter. That book has finally arrived.
This sketchbook is presented in travelogue style, just like his earlier sketchbook on Nepal.
Oliva is a town in the Valencia Community of Spain. From what I’ve read in this book, Oliva is not a very touristy place. It’s a laid back, quiet and idyllic town.
The sketches feature different areas of the town, the beautiful European town houses, food, people, squares, the beachfront and the nature. The pen and ink watercolour sketches are wonderful and really brings out the serene feel of the place, a place where people can enjoy a quiet walk anytime of the day.
This hardcover book has 118 pages and it’s about A5 size. The text is written in Spanish and English, However, not all the text are translated to Engish.
Even though the Kickstarter campaign is over, the book is still available for purchase through Bernat Moreno’s website. There’s also a free ebook version available for download. I do recommend getting a copy of the book because it is worth the money and you also support the artist.