On the top of the sketches from the doc’s office, done with watercolor Faber-Castell Albrecht Durer pencil, I drew my antique “Salz” pencil, dated April 14, 1925. Thin paper struggles to accept ink from Kuretake brush pens I used.
latest updates: pencil
My sister gave me a flask for the holidays and I’ve been enjoying Puerto Rican rum from while I’m out dancing with friends on the weekends.
sketches on blue paper of a couple summertime characters. there’s something powerful about a girl and her dog. i added some highlights in photoshop. the sketches were done in pencil.
Phrase from a Miike Snow’s song.
Ink and Pencil.
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This is one of the pages of my sketchbook for The Sketchbook Project. The theme I chose was “Boys and Girls,” which I interpreted as “Boys and Girl.”
This is the second page of my sketchbook for The Sketchbook Project. The theme I chose was “Boys and Girls,” which I interpreted as “Boys and Girl.”
About the modern man.
Sketch inspired by a real photo and by the Thoreau’s phrase:
Most men lead lives of quiet desperation. (H. D. Thoreau)
Pencil and Sephia in computer.
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First drawing in my newest Moley sketchbook. I had ordered some Staedtler and Cretacolor pencils from Dick Blick and they work very well with the Moley paper.
Baltimore Finn, Private Eye – The last page in my notebook. I figured since I started the book out with an owl, I would end with one.