portrait in Inktense pencils (and water)
I love that, is it the guy from lost?keep it up
This one and the last one are superb! I think potrait drawing is the most difficult thing to do and you seem to have the knack, and courage in my opinion, to be bold with the shadows – and done with the dreaded Inktense! Wow!
Yes, Matt… it is dear John Locke who likes to blow everything up and tried to lead people, but is never successful at it.
Thanks, Bob. I went real light handed with the Inktense on this won, very minimal, to counteract the brightness, and it worked. When I worked with pencil first, I colored very very light.
It seems Margie has found a way to use Inktense well. So I shall be watching her technique to see what tips I can pick up.
Margie, I find them VERY difficult but have done some work that turned out reasonably well quite by accident. I guess it just takes practice huh?
Have you ever used the Graphitint pencils? If so, what did you think of them?
inktense pencils?!! love those things! they’re such great tools, and i really like what you’ve done with them here; great way to nuance the whole face…nice work!
thanks CrossHatchling. I went really minimalist on this and liked how it turned out.
excelent likenes. don’t lose this sketch
Roseindigo, I just now saw the question you asked me 3 months ago today! I am sorry I didn’t see it earlier: yes, I use Graphitints and love them. I use them much like I use Inktense. I did lots of work with them that I posted here in skineart in November and early December.
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