Chose to draw a harvest moon for today’s prompt. Also I feel like I need to be reminded either by my phone or something that I need to tape down my paper before working with liquids, it buckled so badly.
India Inks, Copics, Water.
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
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.
Still haven’t been drawing much, but I had to make a new case since my last 2 were broken beyond repair. For this season we have a pastel, drippy moon with some pearlescent pigment added (which doesn’t show up on camera too well).
Acrylic paint, Pearl pigment powder, Resin
So I have a lot of sketchbooks. And right now I’m working on one that I hate. To be honest, most of the sketchbooks I have I hate the paper in them, it’s just not the right texture and it makes drawing kind of difficult. Once I’ve filled them up I’m going to hit up Deserre’s and Curry’s to get some with paper I actually like.
Speaking of which, the sketchbook pictured above has this really smooth, thin kraft paper. I do wish the paper had a touch more texture to it, but I think it’s pretty decent for markers.
Anyway, I got bored looking at it’s bland kraft coloured cover so I painted it.
Acrylic paints, and matte medium.
A quick little painting. I need to remember to mask off areas when I’m splattering paint everywhere.
Watercolours, Finetec inks.
I think this would make an interesting tattoo. Anyway, tried my hand at drawing the moon.
Also, Happy Canada Day! to my fellow Canucks!
0.5 mm Black Ballpoint pen.