Archive for April, 2011

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Sketches: More Museum People

April 26, 2011

Here are a few more sketches of people in museums. The two ink drawings were made with a PITT marker, sepia and black, and the other is in pencil. All are on letter-sized paper.

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Sketches: Museum Peeps

April 25, 2011

Some people go to museums to look at art, others may go to draw the art. I like to go draw the people looking at the art.

These were drawn with a thin lead mechanical pencil on letter-sized paper. I have many more of these.

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Ink Drawing: Saving a Seat

April 22, 2011

This is an ink drawing on bristol paper using a Uniball Gelstick (make that two Gelsticks.) I’ve toned it slightly with some “cool grey” Prismacolor markers. It’s about 10×12 inches.

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Ink Drawing: Afternoon Tea

April 19, 2011

Drawn with a Uniball Gelstick on letter-size rag paper using a photo reference.

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Sketching a Sketcher

April 16, 2011

Here’s the back of a fellow artist friend, Jason, as he worked on his own sketch. Drawn with a Derwent Inktense “golden yellow” on 8.5×10 inch rag paper.

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Drawings of Applauding Hands

April 12, 2011

These are two recent sketches of people applauding. They were taken from video captures during some award show on TV.


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The drawing on the left was made with a Sanford Ebony pencil and the right one was a made with a PITT Artist Pen “light flesh” color. The paper is 8.5 x 11 inches.

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Drawing of Debbie Relaxing

April 10, 2011

This comes from a photograph taken many years ago, but the drawing was made today. The model’s name is Debbie.


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The figure was drawn using a Derwent Inktense pencil, and the background was colored in with a litho crayon. It’s about 14×22 inches on lightweight drawing paper.