In the middle of summer, the end of the day is always the best time to land on the beach. The swimmers start to go away, the sun is slowly going down and when the low tide times are suitable for making a drawing on the sand, it is even better. But summer is also relaxation and I don’t necessarily take the time to prepare drawings on paper in advance, so you have to improvise and get some ideas out of your imagination. Fortunately the sandbanks can sometimes be inspiring and the configuration of this one lent itself well to realize a fresco on the sand, which could have a kind of negative effect compared to the sea. That’s why I begins to build hallways that overlap and form curves, like waves can when they are about to retreat. Once the curves are laid, my usual textures will take over to bring a lace effect to the final result of this ephemeral painting. The beautiful light at the end of the day will add to my drone photos and videos.