Couple of minutes per sketch with ink or pencil, tried this Axe-cut strokes with outline brushpen on the guy in sunglasses.
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Red house, Kingshighway, Brooklyn. Another corner of Kingshighway. I used ink, couple of colors, this time took Pentel pen brush with brown ink, I got in Zelda’s art store. For green used my daughter’s old almost dried highlighter.
Temple in Patan Durbar Square
Ink and gouache.
I spent an incredible month in Nepal this summer— you can read all about it and see some of the 600 photos I took on my blog: http://harikaszaza.blogspot.com/
Brighton Beach. Sometimes I go here for food shopping, coffee and nuts in Turkish store, meat in meat market, Japanese food in Uni, fruits in Korean fruit stores. I don’t like shopping, only for art materials. I used 2 inks in Moleskine sketch, paper doesn’t take it easy, it looks a little fuzzy, but still fun.
Chebureki is a traditional food in Uzbekistan, sort of huge deep fried ravioli, stuffed with meat, or potato, or vegetables with cheese or mushrooms. Not far from me is a restaurant, where every Wednesday most of it cost a dollar, less then half a price. When I was an art student, near my college, in the heart of Moscow, on Sretenka street was a small cafe, where we often went for lunch break to eat burning hot chebureki. So I drew it on my favorite checkerboard plate (MacKenzie-Childs wannabe) with markers and Uni-ball Onyx.
I drew in pencil, than with Falcon. I love this pen, just to screw and unscrew the cap fills me with joy.
Under the train, traffic. Brooklyn,NY.
Under the train. Traffic. Brooklyn.
I missed using Lamy Safari with ink, responding to water brush. I add Faber-Castell colored pencils for the sky.
Earlier That Morning on the 5 Train (Thursday, 7-15-10)
And then on the 5 Train (Monday, 7-12-10)