The streak continues! Here are this week’s doodles:
I tried to use more techniques than usual, so I brought back sanguigna pencil (Day 55), used the gel black pen and made dots instead of hatching (Day 52), and tried to use brushes with fountain-pen ink (Day 54, with unimpressive results!). On Day 56 I played the drums, therefore I thought of Animal, Muppets’ wild drummer. On Day 51 I drew Atlas deer at the zoo, as an assignment for the Natural History Illustration course I am taking part in.
It’s becoming more of a marathon than a streak… and it doesn’t look it’s going to end soon!
This week I used felt pens a lot and drew a raccoon, as I read about South American raccoons and the fossil remains of related species. I also drew a whale that dives in the dark deep waters, after taking a good breath at the surface. Day 46 was an experiment about rendering knitting patterns – and it works, from a distance! Yesterday’s post is about a new way of filling areas with pencils, not by straight strokes, but by circular, spirally lines. It is sort of relaxing and it makes a much smoother surface. It was challenging to render the shiny surface of the small teapot, but I am quite satisfied with this experiment.
You can find bigger images on my Flickr page, as well as next week’s doodles, that I post every day as soon as they are ready.
Hope this inspires some of you too!
Last Sunday I decided to start a sketch streak. Doodling something every day in a A5 notebook. Here are the sketches of the first week:
Find descriptions, sources and bigger images for download on my Flickr page.