Happy New Year, I hope you all have a great 2018.
I didn’t “sketch” this out like I normally do with all my drawings, I just grabbed two markers, a pale grey and a black marker, and went to town. I must admit I love this final effect, and I’m going to try to use it more often.
I did force myself to step away a bit, because I wanted to (and still do) go in with a fine tipped pen to add in more details but I’m afraid I’ll mess it up. So for now, she lives as a blurry splotchy hot mess in my sketchbook.
Grey and Black Kuretake Brush Pens.
In honour of the full moon lsat night (which was beautiful to see btw). Here’s a crescent moon with clouds and trees.
Done fairly quickly and loose.
Acrylic Ink, Dr. P.H. Martins Pen-White Ink, brushes, water.
Inktober 2017 Day 1, a rocking dismembered hand. very pleased with the broken bone.
Ink, Water, Brush, White Gel Pen and Dip pen.
Pumpkins in the pumpkin patch.
Used my jackle skull (Jeremiah) as reference. I’m a little jealous of his mane.
You know you’d totally wander around like that with your morning cup o’ Joe if you had a mask that cool.
I wouldn’t, but only because I don’t drink caffiene.
0.5 mm Black Inkjoy Ballpoint pen.
I’m really rusty on my ballpoint pen drawings.
Also, can you tell it’s a fox? I feel like he looks like a fox, but doesn’t look like a fox.
0.5 mm Black Inkjoy Ballpoint Pen
Some unpleasant memories from 5 years ago reared their ugly heads a few days ago. It seems like I didn’t bury them deep enough.
Aside from that, I’m starting to enjoy drawing in tiny little books.
Pencil, Brush Pen, Carbon Black Pen.