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Late last night, while the power was out, I drew for a while by candlelight. Pentel ColorBrush EF, rather dry, on rather better quality than usual legal pad. (Plus this is the first color test of the New Scanner.)
He may be a smith, or an engineer, or some kind of steampunk technomage. He could be human or a dwarf or a brownie or a goblin, or some kind of combination of one or more peoples. With his goggles, … Continue reading
Two cool guys wearing spectacles–a casual hexapod with a very long tail, and a baseliner dressed in the height of sketchbook fashion. Inked with the TWSBI Eco. (Another venture into the deeper workings of both the New Scanner and the … Continue reading
Why shouldn’t the benches in the waiting areas of the interstellar spaceport be in the shape of cool alien animals? Or, if your large quadrupedal crewmate has a convenient piece of armor on his back and you are relatively … Continue reading
New scanner week continues its exploration of the seemingly long forgotten depths of the Drawing of the Day sketchbooks with an example of a very particular class of DoDs– the New Fountain Pen drawing. I have shared several of these … Continue reading
I was having a weird morning, so I got out a sumi brush and my pint bottle of generic India ink and painted the toes of my gardening boots. The pattern is the all over spirals I use in my … Continue reading
Twenty dollar art supply plate: a phone camera still life. What did I buy at the art supply store in South Bend? Two orange Sharpies, Two small glue sticks, A new kind of eraser to try, 2H leads for my … Continue reading
No, not the wimpy colors you get when you mix with white: pastels the drawing tools, as seen on display in a big city art supply store. (An old photo technique works as well as ever with a modern phone … Continue reading
Work, work, work. Sleet falls and the internet is sporadic, so just a here are a couple of random things. “Blog” is short for “Web Log” and many of the earliest blogs were journals. So today I revert to that … Continue reading