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Working Quickly with the Brush Pen

One of my favorite things to do is to work directly, and quickly with a Pentel Pigmented brush pen. I’ll sit and sketch this way when I’m out and about, or when I’m at home watching TV. If Dick is at home I’ll sketch him this way (though those pesky eyebrows of his cause problems!). […]

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There Is Still Ink in the Aquash

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Update on the Conk-on-the-Head: How I Draw

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Direct Sketching with Pen and Ink: Sort of—a Variation

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More Direct Sketching with Pen and Ink

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Direct Sketching with Pen and Ink: Drawing Birds and Animals from Life—Yet Another Look

Above: Staedtler Pigment Liner .3 on defunct drawing paper in an 8 x 8 inch journal I made. Light washes of gouache added to the bottom sketch. Click on the image and view an enlargement. Since I began my series on "direct sketching with pen and ink" last week I have received a number of […]

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Direct Sketching with Pen and Ink: Drawing Birds and Animals from Life—Another Look

See the full post for details and another drawing from the March 6 Como Zoo trip.

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