Today’s #the100dayproject face is an Easter-themed pencil sketch.
Today’s #The100DayProject face was inspired by Katrina Koltes “Be Brave” lesson.
I used Derwent water soluble graphite pencils, white and black acrylic paint, and magenta watercolor.
Day 2 of #the100dayproject was inspired by this video on shading with Tombow dual brush pens by artist Karen Campbell. I started with a pencil sketch and then added several layers of Tombow brush pens activating them with water then letting them dry before adding the next layer. Then I added a few details with a black Faber-Castell PITT artist pen.
Another pencil sketch for day 11.
Today is a busy day, so I decided to do a pencil sketch for day 10.
Today I learned that it is good to keep going even if I don’t like what I see on the page, and that trusting my instincts and allowing myself to grab supplies intuitively really helps the process. I also learned that sharpies do smudge when gone over with an alcohol marker. Oops!
I was feeling a bit blah today, so I had planned to leave her as a pencil sketch, but I followed a nudge, and traced over the pencil sketch with a sharpie art marker, and then followed another nudge, and colored her in with alcohol markers. Then I did a bit more with colored pencils, and added some highlights with a white gel pen.