Neil Gaiman Portrait (Work in Progress)

I decided to work on a monochrome Neil Gaiman watercolour portrait, and I remembered to take progress photos for a change.

The initial sketch was done with a Faber Castell 9000 2H on Bockingford 300gsm watercolour paper.

Then I did some light initial shading (I use Schmincke watercolours):

This is with most of the work done:

Final pass, differentiating more between light and dark:

Flower stall

Flower stall at the Tel Aviv Port. Zebra and Faber Castell brush pens on a paper bag, drawn during an Urban Sketchers sketch walk.

#Inktober Day 31: Slice

Last of the inktober challenge. Staedtler pigment liner, Faber Castell Pitt brush pens and a Uni Ball Signo needle 0.38 pink pen on a Field Notes Signature sketchbook.

#Inktober Day 30: Jolt

In D&D blue dragons are electricity dragons, and this was what I could think of for this not so great prompt.

Staedtler pigment liner and Faber Castell Pitt brush pens on a Field Notes Signature sketchbook.

#Inktober Day 27: Thunder

My cat hates thunder, so this was an easy one. Staedtler pigment liner 0.7 and Faber Castell Pitt brush pens on a Field Notes Signature sketchbook.

#Inktober 25: Prickly

This was a fun and easy one. Faber Castell Pitt brush pens, Staedtler pigment liner 0.3 and a Field Notes Signature sketchbook.

#Inktober 21: Drain

This year’s prompts are weird…

Pilot Futayaku double-sided brush pen, Faber Castell Pitt brush pens and a Field Notes Signature sketchbook.

#Inktober 17: Swollen

My favourite prompt so far because it gave me an excellent excuse to draw the pufferfish.

Super5 fountain pen with 0.7 calligraphy nib, Rohrer and Klingner Lotte SketchINK on a Field Notes Signature sketchbook with shading done with a Faber Castell PITT Light Indigo brush pen.

#Inktober 15: Weak

One of the weakest of monsters in D&D: the Kobold.

Zebra disposable brush pen on a Field Notes Signature sketchbook with shading done by a Faber Castell PITT Light Indigo brush pen.

This is before the shading:

#inktober day 12: whale

A nice theme from the inktober 2018 list for a change. Pilot duality brush pen, Faber-Castell PITT artist brush pen light indigo 220, on a Field Notes Signature sketchbook.