A little more subdued in colour, from my normal stuff. I usually live for bright, blinding colours, but it wouldn’t have suited this little guy.
Also I cannot rave about how much I love the Kuretake Clean Color Brush Markers. They are amazing! The blend so nicely, and create such a beautiful watercolour effect, while being easy to use.
Kuretake CleanColor Markers, White Gel Pens, 0.5mm Pigment Liner.
Happy Valentine’s day! The safety pin idea seemed cute at the time. However I don’t think it makes any sense now.
Pigment Liners, White Gel Pen, and Kuretake Brush Markers in grey and Black
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.
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.
I’ve always loved and wanted one of those poison apple mugs from Disneyland. One day, I will get one. For now, here’s a poisonous candy apple.
Kuretake Brush Pens, Pentel Brush Pen, White Ink.
Ink, Water, 0.5 mm Pigment Liner
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