I was bored, so I took to drawing my avatar on Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. Been really excited waiting for the one for the Nintendo Switch to come out.
Aside from the eyes been a little wonky, I’m pretty pleased, and I tried lining some parts with a brown pigment liner instead of black for a softer look, and I’m digging it. Also, peep the poor excuse for a boulder.
Copic Markers, Black and Brown Pigment Liners, White Gel Pen, Posca Marker, Pencil
Just a little doodle.
0.5mm Ballpoint Pen, and Col-Erase pencil in Carmine Red.
This one is for N, I don’t know if she even received it as I haven’t heard anything from her. But I’m just going to sit here and be hopeful that it managed to find her.
Cardstock of various colors and finishes. Gold finetec ink, and he leaves are hand cut.
Some pretty ladies, done using the Copic Sketch markers in the set “Primaries”. I used Pilot G-TEC-C4 pens for the fine lines and details.
I realised after the fact that I missed an opportunity to make my sunshine girl darker skinned, but since I was using just 2 markers for each face I think it’s okay for now, but I want to definitely do a sunshine girl who’s darker.
Copic Sketch Markers, Pilot G-TEC-C4 pens, white gel pel.
Hi-cut swimwear has been making it back into the rounds again. I wish I had a brighter red, maybe I should have used yellow.
This was an experiment, where I laid down all the skin tones before doing any line-art, and I’m still really liking the ballpoint pen as my line-art.
Copic Markers, White Gel Pen, Kuretake Brush Pens, 0.5mm Ballpoint Pen.
I’m still playing around with this kind of drawing, the slapping down of colour to create the form then going in after to add details. I’m really enjoying it so far, as I feel I can be messier in my initial approach, and it still comes out nice.
I’m especially fond of how her nose came out. I almost always seem to get the same looking nose, but this time it looks distinctive!
Kuretake Brush Pens, White Gel Pen and Hi-Tech C Pen.
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.