I recently went through a phase. Ha! One of many I tend to move in and out of. It keeps things fresh. It keeps me on my toes. Different ways to view and then capture a place or a person.
All of my Flexi-Sketch drawings are done with multi-colored pens and Neocolor II crayons added in. I used both of these in the first drawing, as I sat downtown Kernersville at the Factory. You get a whole different feel when you switch up your mediums. The above portrait drawing was done at Barnhill’s Bookstore where I sometimes draw with other artists who love drawing people.
My teens are fond of a phrase I will use here: Pens, watercolor, crayons, pastels, whatever…”It’s All Good!”
0 thoughts on “Multi-Colored Pens!”
And in your case, it really is All Good!
I thought the first drawing was good but the second is just wonderful 🙂
The portrait from the bookstore is outstanding – what a great effect the multi-coloured medium gives. Wonderful, as usual.
I love the way you make a mess that looks so good.
Ha!Ha! Thanks Dad! Now THAT’S a compliment!
I LOVE all your phases. I may go home and get out my colored pens…
I also really like the portrait – the loose lines are so descriptive, and flowing, and really interesting!
Thank you one and all!!
And it is all good! Your creative energy is inspiring!
BTW- that is a sock cuff on my wrist. It keeps me from painting all over myself – well most of the time!
Thank you Barbara! What a great idea! I think I’ll try it! I keep swiping my pants or jeans…the right leg is lookin’ pretty colorful. So a cuff could be just the thing!
Wonderful drawings. Your style is always there with any media!
Thank you so very much Stefano!
I loooove it! 🙂