Day 830 It’s Saturday

Decided to draw today instead of paint. Partially because I only had a rectangular canvas and the pose was a reclining one. All six of these were drawn in about an hour and a half. 

My first sketch. Kuretake brush pen with carbon platinum black ink. 

I never finished this one. No shadow on her face. Paper is Stonehenge print paper which does great with ink and markers. 


Most of them were done with a Kuretake brush pen loaded with carbon platinum plus ink and colored with Tombow markers. The red one is done with red watercolor pencil. 10×14 Canson Pastel Paper

All Tombows on canson pastel paper. 10×14

Just the brush pen on canson pastel paper.10×14 Took about 20 minutes. 

Kuretake brush pen again on canson pastel paper. 10×14 This took about ten minutes. 
And the rest of them……


Cathe Dennis acrylic 24×30 love this. So ephemeral but still solid. And sketchy yet not. The fabric is so rich. 


All Beyer’s huge oil. 3×4? 


Our model the lovely Ilania checking out Als work to give you an idea of how big it is. 


Coachs incipient charcoal. He does a great job. He zipped out the door before I could take a pic of the final product. 


Thomas Needham’s beautiful small watercolor. 


Sketching for only a year, Rachel Millers 10×14 watercolor. To think this is one of her very first watercolors. The woman is so talented. She continues to amaze me. 


Marilyn Hartleys awesome charcoal and I think conte crayon. She said it wasn’t very artistic. I was thought what???


Here it is earlier. Such a great sketch. 


Mary Donnans pastel. Love the colors. 


Fred’s odalisque Acrylic 24×36. 

The rest got away before I had a chance to snap a pic. 
Have a great day. 
Ttyl 
Margaret xxx

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