Sketched my ear with pen and ink and gray markers in a moleskine cahier. More sketches here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/gray_card/sets/72157622521390490/
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I got tired of seeing the kraft cover of an old, Extra Large Moleskine Cahier so I thought I would give it a new look using some techniques I have used faux finishing my walls. Acrylic paint was used, including a subtle gold metallic vein which adds some sparkle but doesn’t show in the photo particularly well. The acrylic makes a nice, durable finish and does a good job of protecting the kraft cover.
Watching the WTA finals on tv. Mechanical pencil in small Moleskine Cahier.
Fantasy and apples – a cosy evening on the couch.
Pencil and coloured inks in small Moleskine cahier.
World of Warcraft, and a bit of chatting on the side – a late night sketch of my daughter with her laptop. Mechanical pencil and various ink pens in small Moleskine cahier.
Bus stop by the City Hall, Århus, Denmark.
Done in small Moleskine cahier with a sanguine ink pen.
U-turn. A quick sketch of Julius done in small Moleskine cahier using coloured ink pens.
Peas in my garden.
A drawing from my garden this summer. Done in coloured ink pens in a small Moleskine cahier.
I spotted these two women in a café and thought them so engrossed in their conversation and preoccupied with their babies, I imagined I could draw them without being noticed. The woman on the right did notice me though, as her child was rather quiet.
India Ink pens in Moleskine Cahier.