Archives for the month of: November, 2018

Panera #24

Lunchroom

Mall #92

Handmade paper, Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen (hard tip), Higgins Ink Brush marker, molotow and posca acrylic paint markers

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Small Moleskine
Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen (hard tip), Pitt brush pen

Small Moleskine
Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen (hard tip), Pitt brush pen

Small Moleskine
Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen (hard tip), Pitt brush pen, Tombow Brush pen

Mall #87

Mall #90

Handmade paper, Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen (hard tip), Higgins Ink Brush marker, molotow and posca acrylic paint markers

Small Moleskine
Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen (hard tip), Pitt brush pen

Mall#80

Mall #81

mall #84

Handmade paper, Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen (hard tip), Higgins Ink Brush marker, molotow and posca acrylic paint markers

I sketched on the subway platform, in the E-train and in Penn Station as I waited for my once-an-hour train to be announced.

Moleskine
Zebra Fine Brush Pen

A lovely, secret Kip’s Bay garden, in the center of the block, hidden from view by the surrounding homes. We scattered to the four corners, stopping when something caught our eye. The pigs in a little cul de sac charmed me and when I was finished and turned to exit I found my path blocked. No problem. Back in the apartment we used our new-found word skills and Shawne’s markers, alphabet stamps, Deli paper and gel medium and added meaning to our sketches.

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Zebra Fine & Pitt brush pens

Shawne, as part of NYC Urban Sketchers, taught a 3 hour workshop on using our words with our artwork. The homework consisted of doing a sketch the day before we all met up in a lovely Kip’s Bay apartment. Theoretically I had a sketch from the Saturday, (I was sketching for 8 hours at the Draw-athon), but I opted to use a last minute sketch made just before I arrived at the workshop locale. Shawne taught all of us a very interesting technique to find the memories, flavors, sounds, etc., that were present at the time of sketching and how to translate it all into words.

German facsimile reproduction of an old (ca. 1919) book written by Franz Endress about hand written fonts/typefaces. I’m using it as my sketchbook. Zebra Fine Brush Pen, Pitt Brush Pen, Posca acrylic paint marker.