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Referring to a sketch that had been drawn from life using my iPad while in Penn Station, I drew/painted the image on the copper plate that was used in the monotype process. Oil based printing ink, Arches printmaking paper, etching press.

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Referring to a sketch that had been drawn from life using my iPad while in Penn Station, I drew/painted the image on the copper plate that was used in the monotype process. Oil based printing ink, Arches printmaking paper, etching press.

Referring to a sketch that had been drawn from life using my iPad while in Penn Station, I drew/painted the image on the copper plate that was used in the monotype process. Oil based printing ink, Arches printmaking paper, etching press.

This monotype refers to a drawing I did while having breakfast in Central Market in Penn Station. I sketched a lot there. I read a lot there. It was a nice place to hang out – comfortable seating and fresh food – but it has been replaced with a shiny new, different place with tiny backless seating and my head says “Bleh” whenever I pass by. Bleh.

Referring to a sketch that had been drawn from life using my iPad while in Penn Station, I drew/painted the image on the copper plate that was used in the monotype process. Oil based printing ink, Arches printmaking paper, etching press.

(These are all Inktober pen sketches that have been on facebook already.)

#9. Cheryl, at work, had a baggie of figs from her tree at home. She handed me one but I didn’t want to eat it. “Draw it” she said. Ok.

#10. Coffee break and an intense discussion.

#11.

#12. A lighting store with large sparkly chandeliers hanging in the window. I shudder to think of the dust they must accumulate in all the hanging bits and nooks and crannies.

#13. The place for tire emergencies.

Hahnemühle paper (don’t know exact name), Pilot Parallel Pen, Waterbrush.

Another Diebenkorn copy on a paper sample.

Stillman and Birn Delta paper sample, pencil, gouache, some crayon, fun foam stamps and Stayz On pigment ink.

iPadPro; Pencil
Apps Used: Procreate

These are all Inktober pen sketches. I posted them on facebook already, so, sorry if you’ve already seen them. The OCD side of my brain dictates that I blog them.

#4

#5 ugh. Smelly things. There’s a room in this store – like a clubhouse – where “the guys” get together and puff and probably watch some game or another. I don’t know why I know this.

#6 I messed up the tree so stuck some collage on top.

#7 A disappointing shopping trip to Staples resulted in a sketch.

#8 I like drawing this place.

Hahnemühle paper (don’t know exact name), Pilot Parallel Pen, Waterbrush. A snippet of camouflage collage.

Working in this 3″x4″ pad of rough drawing paper that was in the symposium swag bag using totally inappropriate tools guarantees imperfection.

Fine with me. Stress disappears. Second guessing vanishes. I sketch and zone out.

Inktober sketch #1 – Park Slope outdoor diners.

Suzala’s friend kept her company while she sketched and painted in Park Slope.

Suzala’s Special Painting Technique.

Inktober sketch #2.

and #3. Neighborhood.

Hahnemühle paper (don’t know exact name), Pilot Parallel Pen, Waterbrush

In front of Le Pain Quotidien there was a very comfortable and convenient bench. I took advantage of it.

Stillman and Birn Alpha Series sketchbook
Compressed charcoal, Pilot Parallel Pen, Lyra Watersoluble Graphite 9B, Waterbrush, Caran D’Ache Neocolor II, Inktense pencils.