Pages 20 and 21 of The Sketchbook Project. Colored pencils in a 12.5x18cm sketchbook.
I have successfully completed the project, and the sketchbook is on its way to Brooklyn, yay!
I will be posting other pages over the next couple of days, plus there will be a video of a sketchbook flip with me goofing around behind the camera for the very first time EVER, so stay tuned! ;)
This was a project I did for a DeviantART group Swirly Artists, called the Endless Doodle. Each artist continues by building on the previous image and then develops his doodle freely. The progression looks quite nice, so be sure to take a look at the link.
Brush pen, watercolor and colored pencils on an A5 Winsor & Newton sketchbook.
Here's just a pure ink piece:
I would have probably left it like this if it wasn't a part of a project, but I was continuing from a doodle that had some bright colors in it, so leaving my own part black and white wouldn't make sense.
On a different note, I'm really terrible taking on projects like this while I have piles of work to do.
Here are some of the sketches done in the past few days.
Details seen from my friend's veranda. Watercolor and ballpoint pen in a Lega-lega sketchbook.
My friends meditating. She didn't stand still too long so it's not very accurate. Watercolor pencil.
Nice statues near my office I did before work done in watercolor, and view from the office balcony I did during the lunch break, ballpoint pen and watercolor.
Quick sketches I did at my friend's house. Her brother's dog that wouldn't stand still for 2 seconds, and my friends.
Day 5 - best friend:
Watercolor on A4 watercolor paper. Used a photo reference, not very satisfied with how it turned out though :/ Sorry Petra!
Day 6 - favorite book:
Brush pen, dip pen & ink, and marker in a Moleskine sketchook.
In case you haven't read it, that's "Forrest Gump" (in a scene that doesn't happen in the movie).
Day 7 - favorite movie:
Watercolor and brush pen in a Lega-lega sketchbook.
Well I don't really have a favourite movie in a way I have favorite books - but this was one of those few that made me cry (during a time when I didn't cry so easily as I do now) so I guess that accounts for something.
Pentel brush pen and watercolor pencil in a Moleskine sketchbook.
I used a reference photo and well, I don't know what exactly I was trying to accomplish, but I know didn't do it. Oh well.
Posted on 02.06.2012 22:02 CET in: animals, sketches, traditional | Comments