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My Favorite Type of Hair to Sketch

I was so caught up writing about sketching hair that I forgot to mention my favorite hair to sketch: Stubble. Here is Alton Brown from the Food Network, the star/host of many shows I devour.  He is sporting both beard stubble and scalp stubble. The Pentel Brush Pen with pigment ink creates such a bold […]

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There’s Something Marvelous About Brush Pen on Bright White Paper

  When you need a break I think you can always squeeze in one or two quick brush pen sketches. I think the crispness of a brush pen line, even when it drags to dry-brush lines, is cheering against the white of the paper. The lines say, “This is the boundary, this is the texture.” […]

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Direct Brush—On Inexpensive Paper

Here’s a direct brush sketch I made on Fabriano Mixed Media paper. It’s an inexpensive paper. I’ve written about it before on the blog. I wasn’t expecting much when I started this experiment. I thought the paper would give out. It didn’t. My patience for rendering the fluffy curls gave out. I was working with […]

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Always Be Playing: Try Different Approaches with the Nearly Same Media

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Fabriano Mixed Media Paper in Economical Pads

  So the other day I was in Wet Paint and I saw a pad on display—Fabriano Mixed Media Paper in a 9 x 12 inch pad from Savoir Faire. There were 150 sheets in the pad. It was on sale for $15.99. (Which meant each sheet was about 10 cents which is a great […]

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