Stormy, Pilot g-2 mini moleskine
latest updates: blue
A monster built for a recent carnival in Stoke Newington. Drawn in pencil in a Moleskin, then scanned and coloured in Photoshop.
Usually, I sketch with graphite pencil, ink and then color. On these sketches I tried inking as the last stage of my painting. Both are painted with watercolor
Right one was done first (I’m a leftie :p) and inked with a sepia brush pen.
Left one (which I’m much fond of) was outilined with a black colored pencil. I’m trying to get that same effect with ink. No luck as of yet, but I’m hopeful.
The inside cover of my ballpoint Moley. I’m not happy with this at all. The pen is awful, for a start. Oh well, you win some you lose some.
My contribution to Miguel’s Moley for the MoleyX12 project. This is the most amazing group of artists to be involved with, however, as sometimes happens with these projects things have slowed right down. In fact, we are almost at a standstill. And, I’m one of the worst offenders. I hope one day our Moleys will all find their way home.
See our collaborative Moleskine adventure here;
Blue Eggs. Just another one of those crazy ideas that formulate while sketching.
Pen with watercolor pencils.