latest updates: sketching
Neighborhood.Sketched on my first Moleskine Sketchbook.Used 0.2mm and 0.5mm technical pens and Pilot brush pen.
Sitting out of the midday heat, against a wall to get some shade, pen and moleskine, Taggia Beach Italy
more from the same book:
Quick 40 min watercolour sketch of Tower Bridge from the waterfront at Shad Thames in a large watercolour Moleskine.
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Vrazova street in Sarajevo. Derwent “Drawing” pencils in a large sketchbook. Waiting for my daughter…
Here is a nude model I’ve recently done for my intense creative challenge (drawing 100 sketches a day) on my blog, http://www.100todraw.blogspot.com
mixed media in watercolor Moleskine, 2008
I’ve been outside drawing trees at some of the local parks lately. This one is actually a combination of a couple of tree sketches I made last week. This was made for the Illustration Friday topic “diary” and here I went with the stereotypical young girl writing under a tree. I will admit, I used to do some of my own writing in a journal for a while. I ultimately lost interest in this practice and quit. Soon after, I started getting back into drawing and sketching again. Now that I think of it, a sketchbook itself is a diary of sorts, where memories of what had been seen (or imagined) gets recorded in a journal. It’s funny ’cause it feels like I get to know the places and things I’ve drawn after observing something so closely after a while.
*Pigma Micron pens and watercolors in A4 watercolor Moleskine, 7/2010
Photo of sketching cup of coffee and my big drawing bag I took for sketching with couple of friends.