Fude fountain pen with Diamine ink, which is water soluble, so I blurred the lines with a bit of water.
More hands on toned paper with charcoal. Fast and loose!
Practicing hands in charcoal on toned paper. My favorite!
I was playing with my Fude fountain pen with some water soluble Diamine ink. I love the illustrative quality the Fude nib gives with the varied line widths, combined with a little water from a brush pen. A fantastic pen for $10!
Here’s some more work with Sennelier pastels and Polychromos colored pencil. There was a lot of dust after this one! I kind of went crazy trying to be loose and I was all over the place. I was just being very intuitive.
I don’t do much with pastel, but I was really in the mood for it today. Sennelier pastels Polychromos colored pencils.
Here’s a little 4×6 inch in oil pastel. I usually use my blending stumps a lot for oil pastel, but I used my fingers a lot for this one and I like the soft effect.
I was trying for something in this one that didn’t really work with the low quality watercolor I was using and the water brush.