Monthly Archives: January 2012

A high wire act

Black ink over pencil This picture started out over a year ago as a very rough sketch, notes really, in pencil.  It was based on one model who went through three very quick poses for me.  And, then, I got … Continue reading

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Black and white #1

Drawn using Corel Painter I have this idea for a series that are, in my mind anyway, reminiscent of Edward Gorey’s style, if not his content.  I could never in a million years come close to his content with its mix of … Continue reading

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Ferber’s Tree Lark

Prismacolor, India ink on 89 lb. Strathmore drawing paper 4 x 6 inches This was done as a bit of fun, using Prismacolor markers.  I generally hate these markers but they can be handy for layout work.  In the case at … Continue reading

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Another just for fun

Mixed media on Strathmore 80 lb. drawing paper This is a little experiment.  If you have ever used  Prismacolor markers you know that they can bleed through the paper, especially when first opened. And, sometimes the bleed patterns on the first … Continue reading

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Abstracted sketch of face

Sanquine and Black Pitt Oil Based Pencils with modified background color I’ve had these oil based pencils around forever.  I bought them out of curiosity.  I thought maybe they would be fun.  Faber-Castell makes them.  I believe that they only … Continue reading

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