The real world garage and the not so real world Kekionga fiction have not stopped the drawing of the day. I started sketchbook #34 this week, so I thought I’d start showing you some of the drawings from the last part of #33.
“Ghost Muse” is a showcase for the Farmers’ Market pens: the big lines were drawn with the green Farmers’ Market pen with it’s broad Bock nib, and the small lines with the original, which has a fine nib sourced from India. Both nibs are steel and fairly stiff.
I have no idea where this image came from or who the three eyed guy and the smug cat guy are, or where they got those big grubby sweaters. The ghost muse (drawn entirely with the fine point pen) looks like he/she belongs to the three eyed guy, and the smug cat guy thinks the whole thing is hysterical. I don’t get the joke myself; I guess you had to be there.
The design of the three eyed guy really appeals to me: I like him so much I drew a proper character design for him the next day. Expect to see him in a story sometime. He’s definitely a Kekionga person.