Tonight I did a couple little drawings of very different girls. The first was more sketchy and without outlining.
Tonight I went simple and colourful.
Tonight’s art is another simple black and white line drawing.
I had to buy new doodling pens tonight. It was sad. My favourite pen is no longer being made so I had to test out some new ones.
I tested the Bic Gel-ocity and Sharpie pen. The sharpie is great, a fine point pen that is easy to hold. The Bic, well it’s definitely not the same as my old Bic pens. The ink doesn’t flow as well and it’s not as smooth when coloring in. I’m a little sad to be honest. I’m going to keep looking and hopefully I’ll find the pen again.
I did 4 little drawings tonight, testing the pens out. I think they turned out pretty cute.
Some days it’s better to just hide from the world. Bundle up, hunker down, build a blanket fort, and put everyone on ignore. Today’s art reflects that.
I like the starkness of tonight’s art.
Here is the link to tonight’s art.
I’m testing out some designs for a new project I want to try. I’d like to do these on a dictionary page I think. I’ll do a few more drawings like this over the next couple days before doing the real thing.
Here is yesterday’s Artwalk art too.
When I drew this one, she was looking a bit like a clown.
Yes, there most definitely are technical flaws too. Her eyes are missmatched, her mouth is out of line. I know I’m improving technically and, for this girl, that wasn’t what I was interested in creating. I was more interested in the shading around the eyes and through the face. I think she turned out to be an interesting character. Maybe I’ll write her a story soon.
Here is the link to tonight’s art, enjoy!
I wanted to draw tonight and felt like drawing a girl.
I didn’t like the darker black lines after I was done so I knew I’d have to make her hair darker. I used my Prima Watercolour pencil crayons, Derwent Inktense, and Caran d’Arche Neocolor II wax pastels to colour her in.