Happy Friday all. Continuing onward here we have a gentleman - or madam actually, could go either way - who apparently said "aaaah" with too much enthusiasm during a doctor's visit and ended up needing some stitches.
The sketches I've been posting this week have been drawn with one of my favorite new (or somewhat new) art-making toys, a Pentel brush pen, or "Color Brush" as they call it.
It's a great tool if you're a lover of ink as I am and if you'd like to merge the two-part process of drawing with ink - that being the bottle of ink and the brush. It feels and looks like a brush, keeps it's tip surprisingly well, and offers a wide variety of mark-making. The downside is that you can go through the ink cartridges in a day (or an hour). Being the jerry rigger that I am I found a way to inject ink into the pen. You just need to puncture a tiny hole in the top and use a thin needle to inject your ink, my preference being Speedball Super Black. Give the it a try sometime. Tons of fun.
Douglas E. Draper Jr. is an award-winning artist working out of Philadelphia. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Maryland Institute, College of Art and his work has been exhibited throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn, Annapolis, Baltimore and various other cities and galleries. His fine art and illustrative work can be seen from such publishers as Moonstone Books, Top Shelf, Desperado, IDW, and many others.
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