Sketchbook Graphite A little fashion fun:)
Ink/Crow quill A very different (for me), sketchbook entry. What do you see in the sky?
India ink/crow quill, collaged photo, discarded monotype, watercolor pencil More pages from the my new orange sketchbook. I don’t make a lot of collage, but I keep a bag of odds and ends tucked away with the intention of putting the pieces together somehow, someday. Today’s one day!
A fun watercolor sketch with a little urban style;)
Front and back cover wrap for The Sketchbook Project 2013. Liquid Pencil and graphite I don’t think I’ve ever finished a project so early before a deadline. It’s done- my sketchbook for The Sketchbook Project 2013. Now watch, I’ll forget to mail it;) BTW, There were only four pages in the sketchbook without a …
Sketchbook Project 2013 Graphite Fishing for…information, gossip, compliments, sustenance, trouble… Ideas?
Sketchbook Project 2012 Graphite Up to you, how to see this one.
The Sketchbook Project 2013 Graphite From family photos, a collage of images brought together through sketch. The past rearranged.
Sketchbook Project 2013 White charcoal on Canson Mi Teintes paper …
Sketchbook Project 2013 Graphite, Liquid Pencil & White Gouache on Stipple Paper There’s just something about the dappled light and density of the forest. The contrasts in the scale of life. I want to stay. It feels like home.
Sketchbook Project 2013 Tissue paper and graphite.
Sketchbook Project Pages 9-10 I’m working with pencil on stipple paper again, with the tiniest bit of liquid pencil and white acrylic. Just playing a little with scale and the concepts of beginning, staying and straying.
I’m giving the graphite a little rest and working on Canson Mi-Teintes, nicely textured black paper with a white charcoal pencil. I’ve no idea what this is about, except that my garden pig plays a starring role;) Sketchbook Project 7-8
Sketchbook pages 5-6 graphite on block printing paper To smudge or not to smudge.. three schools of thought, I think.. Some are opposed to using a finger or an implement to blur and fill with graphite, feeling that it’s a muddy and lazy process. Others feel it’s the only way to modulate values. Still others …