That’s it! I’ve caught up and finished my Endangered series of Animal Alphabets, all done in a representational (or as close as I can manage) style using an ink brush pen, no pencil or layouts. Great fun and learned a lot about how to use the pen, the best result one can hope for really!

Advertisements
Leave a comment

An (Island) Fox for Animal Alphabets on Twitter.

Leave a comment

Whooping Crane for Animal Alphabets on Twitter.

Leave a comment

Yellow Eyed Penguin for Animal Alphabets on Twitter.

Leave a comment

The Critically endangered Vaquita (it’s the smallest cetacean) for Animal Alphabets on Twitter. Only about 30 of these left on the planet.

Leave a comment

Catching up on an Animal Alphabet.

Leave a comment

Ulysses Butterfly for Animal Alphabets on Twitter.

1 Comment

T is for Tansy Beetle – for Animal Alphabets on Twitter.

Leave a comment

Snow Leopard – I’ve now caught up with Animal Alphabets!

Might do this one again in the future, messed the nose up; it should have been a little more pronounced and the main eye would then have seemed smaller giving it less of an anthropomorphic feel. It’ll do pig, it’ll do…

1 Comment

Catching up on some drawings for Animal Alphabets on Twitter, this ink brush pen is soooo good for positive/negative drawing.

1 Comment
%d bloggers like this: