Day 6: “Prey”
A lioness caught a zebra. Sketchliner Extra Fine 01 by Montana and black ink Pentel Brushpen. Other than its ear, the zebra has no outline.
Day 7: “Pyramid”
What made me think it was a good idea to get my Faber-Castell Polychromos? Probably the realisation that I was using ink too much. I think I’m going to stick with ink! I also used Sketchbox watercolor pencils for the sky, because they came in pretty shades of pinks, orange and purples. This took me way longer than anything else I have done recently and the result isn’t commensurate.
Day 8: “Crane”
Well, back to ink \o/ Cranes are a familiar subject. Oddly I wasn’t too sure how to draw it —what position, which background if any, how many of them? I opted for a portion of one. I used my light grey and geranium red Brush Writers from Kuretake, and my black ink Brushpen by Pentel.
Day 9: “Diving”
White bird diving from a cliff toward the ocean. I wanted to learn how to draw rocks. I need to learn how to because this wasn’t it. I used my black Sketchliner Extra Fine 01 by Montana and Light Grey Brush Writer by Kuretake.
Day 10: “Pounce”
Cat ready to pounce, pupils dilated to the maximum. I used a black Sketchliner Extra Fine 01 by Montana and Light Grey Brush Writer by Kuretake, and the black ink Brushpen by Pentel to reinforce dark areas.
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