A work in black ink on white paper. In fact it is a Papermate pen.
And I continue to draw at Starbucks. Tom Bow markers were my tool of choice.
I used Copic Markers and Ink to draw Nicole. She is from Sktchy App as are most of my portraits.
This was a memorable day when two separate people at the same Starbucks, one a customer and one an employee, stopped by my table to tell me they liked my drawings.
Sktchy guy using Copic Markers.
I drew Sally Yates while watching her testify on TV.
J. Travis is another Sktchy subject. I am so grateful to these folks who allow us to draw them.
You can see a theme here of my mixture of drawing portraits and drawing from life at Starbucks.
I like it when my art tells a story.
I also like the big fat wooden water soluble crayon used for the background here.
I chose not to add water this time.
She was fun to draw too.
We went out to dinner last Friday night at a friends house and I drew my husband playing guitar and singing. I also drew two of the other male guests, but have decided not to post everything I draw.
My posts are probably way too long as they are.
It was a fun night.
This fellow had an interesting shaped head. He liked my rendition of him too.
Always nice to hear.
Kate liked her portrait too.
And another true story from a Sktchy photo. Again drawn just using an ink pen.
Thank you for stopping by and viewing my drawings.
I appreciate it.
I wish you a Creative Week ahead.