gothic antlers on large moleskine sketch book, using paint pens and fine liners
latest updates: gothic
Stricken 6 – The next one. I am thinking about doing a huge picture sometime with everything from this series all sinking at once. We’ll see, I guess.
Stricken 3 – This is the third of nine in this series. I had to graft a new piece of paper over one of the bottom waves with the bird, but luckily it doesn’t notice.
Stricken 4 – Here’s the next one. I have tried out some tests in two shades of red on white. When I have some printed I’ll post them next to the originals in my Moleskine.
Stricken 2 – Number two of nine in this series. All work in my Moleskine is drawn with Staedtler pigment liners or Rotrings unless its thumbnails. I use anything to hand for those.
Stricken 1 -This is the first in a series of small drawings that I hope to print next month. I plan to use the relief etching method that is often associated with the work of William Blake. We’ll see how it goes!
Gothic Towers. Towers and staircases feature in my dreams a lot, and I quite often doodle the subject of my dreams. This motif features a lot in my sketchbooks. Lots of crosshatching in this. Staedtler pigment liner.