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.
A few days ago, I had drawn this ‘tapari’ (roadside food stall) using pigment liner pens. Yesterday I received my first Brush pen set, and tried on this pic. Colored using watercolor pencils and Sakura Brush pens. Deliberately used a limited color palette to give it an illustration feel.
A pen, ink and watercolor painting of a femme fatale from a distant land and a distant time. Would you dare accept her challenge?
Did a quick 5 mins pencil sketch of this flower during my post-lunch walk. Then completed it at home using fine point pens.
This is my first attempt at doing some shading work using a brush and ink. For this work, I have used a cheap fountain pen ink, along with 2 brushes. The line work is done with my trusted Sakura Pigma fine point pens.
I did this partly from imagination and partly from some reference sketches (to get the water effect). This one gave me immense satisfaction to draw the rock textures and the water effect.