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Protected: Pentel Pocket Brush Pen—New Ink Colors

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Protected: OK Sometimes I Doodle

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Protected: Running Out of Paper Space

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Working on a toned background.

Protected: In Context—Just Draw

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12 x 16 inch quick sketch with the Pentel Brush Pen with pigmented ink (squeezy barrel) and watercolors.  This is on Nostalgie paper from Hahnemühle.

Protected: Thoughts on The Issues Involved in Using Brush Pens

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This portrait was also made using the water-soluble color brush. I love the way you can pull shading out of the line. Sometimes I stroke the tip of the brush pen with my water brush and pick up diluted ink so that I can apply shading without a line on the paper.

Protected: My Love Affair with the Pentel Brush Pen

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Pentel Brush Pen and gouache sketch of a doodle I'd made earlier in the evening, 5 x 5.5 inches.

Protected: Maybe a New Project? Maybe…?

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Protected: My Goals for 2017 and The MCBA Visual Journal Collective’s Ninth Annual Portrait Party

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Protected: Working in a Series: Tootsie Pop Portraits

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Protected: We Work With What We Have

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