Hamster syndrome - more tools piling up

So yesterday I came home with a bunch of new stuff - I bought gold and white markers, various gel pens because my old dried out, and later I picked up the package at the post which carried a Pentel pocket Kanji Fude brush pen with refills, Staedtler Mars Carbon 2mm pencil leads in 4B softness, and 0.5mm red pencil leads. Weee!
So here are some of these tools used :)

Random disembodied sketches

I flipped through my sketchbook and realized that the pattern on inner covers makes a very nice backdrop for a drawing. I started with white acrylic but finished with white marker when I finally got one. Black, white and golden markers, gel pens and ink.

Random disembodied sketches

Random sketches. The red lead is quite nice, it does erase well (maybe not as easily as those col-erase pencils, but good enough), and they can be easily Photoshopped out, so I suppose I will use these very often! :)
Regarding carbon leads, someone on deviantART recommended them as superb, and since I had my mom's old lead holder already, I wanted to try them out. I haven't used them in a real setting yet, I'll try some shading later.

I haven't done much in brush pen except testing the strokes, but it looks very promising. And it doesn't show through on the sketchbook paper as much as my Steadtler Lumocolor pen.


Comments

jasna

wow!! super ti je ovaj eksperiment. nego, gledam ja tako inobscuro i vidim da nisi vratila Moth queen, my favourite... cccc ;))

Nela

Hvala! Super mi je to s uzorcima, u zadnje vrijeme čitam o Klimtu pa mi se zavuklo pod kožu hehe :D

Eh, neću stare slike vraćati na stranicu, ali evo je ovdje :) http://nelchee.deviantart.com/art/Moth-Queen-23053640