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Even if you don’t enjoy sketching beards as much as I do you owe it to yourself to practice some beards. Why? Because if you enjoy sketching people, some of the people you sketch will have beards. And all those beards will be different. You’re working on your visual vocabulary. The human face has a […]
Recently I purchased the new fall Schmincke Pan Watercolor Set at Wet Paint. This contains different colors than the one I purchased in the spring, added colors to, and then took to the Minnesota State Fair. While recovering from bronchitis I had some time on my hands so I decided to make a color chart […]
Above: Before on the left and After on the right. Carpenter's pencil and Schmincke pan watercolor sketch of Dick at his computer desk, on Richeson Recycled watercolor paper (which has a grey tinge). Sometimes as we work we get STUCK in our view of something. Regardless of how many times we look at something we keep […]
Diane: Well, I don’t know if there is really any reason to ever go back to white paper. SaveSaveSaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave
Left: Pentel Brush Pen and Schmincke pan watercolor sketch (Translucent Orange and Helio Blue Reddish) on Nideggen paper, in a 7.5 inch handbound journal turned vertically. The Baron Quinn, played by Martin Csokas on “Into the Badlands” on AMC. If you don’t like movies and TV shows which include violent action scenes, fights, battles, […]
Above: Sketch of a Belgian fashion designer—sketched of course because of his ears. Really. Schmincke pan watercolors and Pentel Pocket Brush Pen on Nideggen paper in a handmade journal 7.5 inches square. I’ve already admitted to having way too much fun in the 7.5 roughly square journal I made with Nideggen that I’m using […]
Left: Another black ink brush pen sketch of Dick, with Schmincke Pan Watercolor washes added with a flat Niji waterbrush. Montana Acrylic marker for background. On a 9 x 12 inch page in my Fabriano Venezia in-studo journal. Click on the image to view an enlargment. R: What do you think? D: It looks like […]
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