I recently saw some photos of a ghost town (an old town abandoned since few years) on a social networking site (https://plus.google.com/+JeffreySullivan/posts). The photos were a dream come true for someone looking for great texture references. I combined a few of these images to create this composition. Sakura Pigma fine point pens on smooth paper.
Yesterday night I came home dead tired and with a pounding headache. I decided to sketch for a few minutes and did not realize how fast the tiredness disappeared! I must have sketched for 30-40 mins. I completed some minor details today during the lunch break.
Old man by his hut, a brush pen sketch.
The festival of Holi brings about the joy of dousing one’s friends with water and colors. Here’s a pen, ink and watercolor sketch of the fun in action.
Dusk time, old ruins by the seashore, and an intimate moment between two lovers. A pen, ink and watercolor sketch.
Another moody picture of a soldier coming home after a call of duty. I initially thought of showing him handicapped, but then thought of doing this picture on a more positive, optimistic note. Done using fine point pens and fountain pen ink.
Drew this using fine point pens, brush pen, and ink.
This is a quick 20 mins sketch using the brush pens.
I especially enjoyed doing this sketch of a reader under the tree. The distant house and the grassy land lend this picture a serene look. Inked using the Sakura pigma fine point pens of various points.
Did these 2 quick sketches yesterday to test the feel of the brush pens. This one is entirely done using brown brush pen…
Here, the hair and towel of the lady is painted using brush pens, while rest of the sketch is done using pigma fine point pens.
How do you feel when you are at the Top of the World?
This one is completely from imagination. Drawn with pigment liner pens, then colored with water colors and brush pens.