Archives for posts with tag: bookmaking

Toned Blue Strathmore 400 Series mixed media paper, Tombow Zebra Fine Brush Pen, Molotow acrylic paint marker.

Advertisements

There was a group of young costumed models holding short poses all day. I’m not up on comic con so I don’t know who the characters were. I noticed her a bit separated from the group and since it was a 10 minute pose, and she was wearing red, I sat down and drew. There was a big crowd of young artists around these models all day.

Toned Blue Strathmore 400 Series mixed media paper, Tombow Zebra Fine Brush Pen, Molotow acrylic paint marker.

Toned Blue Strathmore 400 Series mixed media paper, Tombow Zebra Fine Brush Pen, Molotow acrylic paint marker.

Toned Blue Strathmore 400 Series mixed media paper, Tombow Zebra Fine Brush Pen, Molotow acrylic paint marker.

Toned Blue Strathmore 400 Series mixed media paper, Tombow Zebra Fine Brush Pen, Molotow acrylic paint marker.

These models took the same pose for the entire day. With breaks, of course.

Toned Blue Strathmore 400 Series mixed media paper, Tombow Zebra Fine Brush Pen, Molotow acrylic paint marker.

Toned Blue Strathmore 400 Series mixed media paper, Tombow Zebra Fine Brush Pen, Molotow acrylic paint marker.

Sketching from 10am to 6pm and then pizza for everybody. What a great day this always turns out to be.

Toned Blue Strathmore 400 Series mixed media paper, Tombow Zebra Fine Brush Pen, Molotow acrylic paint marker.

The End.

Pre-prepared Gelli printed ( acrylic craft paint used) background on an accordion folded pamphlet from a museum. Zebra Fine Brush Pen; Pitt Brush pens mostly; Molotow and Posca acrylic paint markers. All sketching and most of the painting with the markers was done on location. What was unfinished was later done at home.

Pre-prepared Gelli printed ( acrylic craft paint used) background on an accordion folded pamphlet from a museum. Zebra Fine Brush Pen; Pitt Brush pens mostly; Molotow and Posca acrylic paint markers. All sketching and most of the painting with the markers was done on location. What was unfinished was later done at home.