The grey bark of the sugar maple make its orange foliage pop even more. Drawn with a Kuretake fudegokochi extra fine brush pen which I do not recommend for any sort of artwork – it takes ages to dry, and isn’t stable until it’s completely dry, and even then you can’t trust it not to make a mess of your artwork. Also used Faber Castell Pitt brush pens (which I do recommend) on an A4 Midori MD Cotton notebook.
There are a few trees that turn purple in autumn, and the purple ash (Fraxinus americana) is one of them.
This was sketched using a Pentel ultra fine brush pen and Faber Castell Pitt brush pens.
There’s no real autumn here, and I really miss the leaves changing colour and an actual autumnal season, so I decided to dedicate the next few inktober sketches to trees in autumn. The first is ginko biloba, with its gorgeous golden leaves.
This was sketched with a Pentel GFKP brush pen, the king of brush pens, and Faber Castell Pitt brush pens on an A4 Midori MD Cotton notebook.
I felt like sketching London again, so this is from a photo taken during one of my runs in Hyde Park in September.
Tombow Fudenosuke hard brush pen, Faber Castell Pitt brush pens on an A4 Midori MD Cotton notebook.
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These fellows are fierce warriors, so all the runners know to give them a wide berth. Saw this pair during my weekend long run.
I haven’t played around with brush pens in a while, and I’ve been meaning to give a few of them a spin, so this was sketched with a Tombow Fudenosuke soft brush pen on an A4 Midori MD Cotton notebook. I thought about adding a spot of colour to this sketch, but opted for now to leave it black and white.
P.S. using brush pens right now is intensly difficult, as I can barely feel my fingers. My neuropathy gets worse the colder it is, and right now I’m only vaguely aware that my fingers exist. At least that makes sure that I sketch more from my arm and shoulder than my fingers – so proper technique 🙂
My family went on a trip to HaHula natural reserve, and they sent me a photo of a cattle egret perching on a water buffalo, so of course this was today’s sketch.
Sketched using a Platinum 3776 UEF nibbed fountain pen and Sailor Epinard ink on an A4 Midori MD cotton notebook.
Sometimes you need to make a bit of a mess…
It’s breast cancer awareness month, and there’s an educational exhibit in Habima Square in Tel Aviv.
This was sketched using a Platinum 3776 with an UEF nib and Sailor Epinard ink, and a uni-ball Posca paint marker.
I was at the Israeli comic con, Icon, on Tuesday, but I was too busy to really capture event beyond a haze of stalls in the dark. This was sketched using a Pentel brush pen and a Faber Castell Pitt pen.
There were a few Posca paint marker sets on sale while I was in London, so I bought two sets to play with. Here’s a quick sketch of a planter near the Tel Aviv port, done with fine Posca paint markers on a paper bag that held sweet peppers before I reused it.