A single tube of red lipstick, and beside it the sketch I was working from. It’s surprising how my lines are straighter here than when I use a ruler.
Also for Inktober I’ve been working in 2 separate sketchbooks, one is an unlined Moleskine which is strictly for planning and sketches, because it can’t handle anything other than ballpoint pen and pencils, the other is a $10 sketchbook from Michael’s which is holding up surprisingly well.
FW Acrylic Ink, Dr. P.H. Martin’s Pen White Ink, Kuretake Brush Pen in Wine.
I’m having a hard time coming up with ideas for the remaining inktobers, and as a result am churning out stuff I’m not too happy with. Also I realize her ankles are abnormally small.
Kuretake Brush Pens, FW Ink, Water, White Gel Pen
My heart wasn’t really in it today. She did turn out okay considering I used not watercolour appropriate paper.
Kuretake Brush Pens, White Gel Pen, FW Ink, and 0.5 mm Micron Pen
Buffalo check plaid is very difficult to draw/paint. Maybe I just need to practise it more. She is wearing an outfit I own though. Most of the ladies I draw have a similar fashion aesthetic to me though.
FW Ink, Zebra Nibs, Water, Kuretake Brush Pens, and White Gel Pen
Aside from needing to learn to take better photos, plus making a better attempt at backgrounds, this turned out nicely. I also gave her the outfit I normally wear to run errands, minus the hat and boots (I’m typically found in pointy patent flats). Also I’m going to pretend her hat is extra large to accommodate her massive amount of hair 😉
Kuretake Brush Pens, Water, FW Ink, White Gel Pen.
Simple, quick and clean.
Pentel Pocket Brush Pen, Water, Brush and Kuretake Brush Pen in Wine.
Saw this photo on my dash from Instagram, the set is called the “Black Widow” it’s by a lingerie brand called Amber and Indigo. I loved it, so I doodled it for day 18.
Sakura Pigment Liners in 0.1mm and 0.5mm, White Gel Pen.