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#drawvember 2016 days 1-10

11 Nov

I drew everyday of October for Inktober and liked it so much and improved, that I chose to continue in November. I continue to draw on a Canson 10.5×15.6cm sketch artbook. I’m not following any prompt this month. Here are the first ten.

Day 1: Coi carp. Faber-Castell PITT artist brush pens in shades of grey (and a bit of water).Coi carp

Day 2: EVE from Wall-e. Uniball pin pen 0.05 mm, watercolour. EVE from Wall-e

Day 3: Detail of a Bernie Wrightson’s Frankenstein (1983). Uniball pin pen 0.05 mm.Detail of a Bernie Wrightson's Frankenstein (1983) showing a woman from behind in a graveyard

Day 4: Panda eating bamboo. Faber-Castell PITT artist brush pens in shades of grey. Panda eating bamboo

Day 5: Hokusai’s Cuckoo and Azaleas. Uniball pin pen 0.05 mm, watercolour, Faber-Castell PITT artist brush pens in shades of grey.Hokusai's Cuckoo and Azaleas, where a cuckoo dives down towards azaleas,mits beak open

Day 6: Kawase Hasui’s Miyajima Shrine in snow. Uniball pin pen 0.05 mm, colour pencils.Kawase Hasui's Miyajima Shrine in snow. Buildings on the left, torii and trees on the right, snow falling.

Day 7: Anna Lee Fisher. Black and white portrait of Anna Lee Fisher, American astronaut, wearing her helmet. Uniball pin pen 0.05 mm, Faber-Castell PITT artist brush pens in shades of grey, waterbrush.Black and white portrait of Anna Lee Fisher, American astronaut, wearing her helmet

Day 8: Peacock and flowers. Motif adorning a vase at the Musée Guimet in Paris. Uniball pin pen 0.1 mm, watercolour. Peacock and flowers

Day 9: Girl wearing a yukata. Watercolour.Girl wearing a yukata

Day 10: Morning Star. Detail of Alfons Mucha’s Morning Star. PITT artist brush pens in shades of grey. Detail of Alfons Mucha's Morning Star

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