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  12 December 2017
Then day 10 was mostly the Speedball dip pen and the pentel brush pen for the large areas..







 
  12 December 2017
Very good . I did like your animal portraits better though.
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  12 December 2017
Excellent stuff!
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  12 December 2017
@LadyMedusa Thank you. That's always the dilemma, right? Show your best work by doing what you're already have a lot of practice in, or practice by doing what you're weaker at.

@grafik Thanks!
 
  12 December 2017
^ That's true. Only way to get better at something is to practice a lot. Not saying they're bad though, because they are still really good.
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  12 December 2017
This drawing is like an old good book illustration to me.
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  12 December 2017
@Beatrix I red some of the old Oz books with the woodcuts, growing up. Maybe it's had an effect on me.

Day 11, a study succulent Christmas tree based on a post that was on Reddit today. I think it came out alright but the background was a struggle for sure. Mainly the speedball dip pen again, though I did the outline and some of the blacks with a bold Pilot G2.


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  12 December 2017
Lovely details SmallPoly! Beautifull
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  12 December 2017
Thank you for sharing your setup for  your video making. This is awesome.
I love the way you ink. The way just black and white form a detailed scene. The dogs are especially gorgeous. One can see you, like them.
Have you ever thought to try etching or aquatinta (though I have no idea what those raisin shakers cost) there are small presses one could use at home for a decent price.
And I could imagine those works really good printed.
 
 
  12 December 2017
@POSEIdOON Thank you!
@RocaTeithmore No problem. I'd been wanting to try that kind of video for a while and before then had been a little stuck figuring out the setup myself. I've never tried anything with etching so far, but I'm curious.

Day 12 - brush pen again, with the red fills done with a red Crayola marker (hey, if it works...)  and some of the smaller lines with a extra fine Pilot G2.





 
  12 December 2017
OoOoo colors . Very nice
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  12 December 2017
Very nice!
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  12 December 2017
Smallpoly,  man,  you've got the taste!  Enjoyed your entries a lot! 
 
  12 December 2017
@LadyMedusa: Thanks! I like using black + white + red a lot for plant illustration, so there will probably be a couple more later on.
@Beatrix and @nkirill: Thank you!

Today's is another one out of my usual comfort zone - drawing environment panels from imagination. I get stuck a lot in the storytelling and trying to figure out things about the space, so I end up making lists and drawing things out individually before attempting the final thing. This is one place the blue pencil is really coming in handy. I redid the chair something like four times before I inked it. I'm having a lot of trouble with knowing how to effectively use line width as well.


 
  12 December 2017
Oh I cannot see you're out of your comfort zone. Really interesting setup for a desktop. And I like the random cat xD
The poppy is so vibrant. The color really pops out. That is what I like on pictures with a small use of color so much.
 
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