I've been drawing these couples, duos, fraternal twins for a while now. There is something intriguing and comforting about their juxtoposition. I'm working on a whole series of twins to see where they go.
Join me on the journey. Look for more posts.
Been spending lots of time in my sketchbooks these days. Back in a sketchbook groove. I couldn't help but draw on the cover of this one. I love drawing with white on black and black on white.
My holiday gift of Inktense pencils is great for sketching and creating washes on the road in my sketchbooks. I love the way that I can get drawing marks into a background that includes a wash.
These drawings are testing me — how I can make drawings across the rough finish of this watercolor paper. The pen jumps across the mogals and makes wonderful breaks in my lines. I'm embracing the surprise of these leaps and being as tenacious as I can to make the lines continue.
This drawing is a work in progress. I'm waiting to see what comes next.
I guess that my #drawingaday project isn't enough. I'm planning a sketchbook project. Black and white. Ink only. I'm gonna buy a little sketchbook.
The question is:
Do I buy a sketchbook?
Or maybe I pick out several sheets and make a simple little book of my own construction.
It does seem like I should make the book.
Gravity makes rhythm. Makes me want to go out and draw. This is sorta where my head goes when I make drawings. It's fun to see someone else see that place too.
Enjoy the video.
“You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.”
— Maya Angelou