The Skate Girl
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pencil and ink. The first two pages of my new moleskine http://ericalack.blogspot.com/
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.
Ofelia and the cockatoo.
Sleeping under the tree shade, with the whispering wind going through the branches as lullaby. A moment of peace.
Lazy sunday afternoon sketch becomes this Watercolors (W&N, Ecoline), gouache and ink on pocket Moleskine sketchbook.
New tattooed girl for the collection… This is all thanks to the model she chose the theme of the tattoo, a kitsune a fox in Japanese folklore that grows new tails increasing its mystical powers, this one has 9 the maximum. Other elements in the theme are the fire (related to the fox), a lotus flower and a “mari” ball.
Made with PITT, Tombo and Copic pens and finished with a wrapping paper collage
Japanese inspired drawing. Watercolor pencil, colored pencil and indian ink on Japanese folded moleskine.