Tag: pen and ink art

Unfinished: 2063 E. Pascua St.

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It’s been a while since I last tried to finish a drawing. This one is unfinished and will remain unfinished because *sob* I dropped my favorite drawing pen and bent the nib’s tines before I could even finish this.

This is a drawing of the street where we grew up. The house on the foreground was where we lived for several years. It’s a pretty colorful community. The house was already run down when we were living there, and it looked different the last time we passed by it (last week), but it’s still hanging in there. Times were tough while we were growing up, we had very humble beginnings. My parents and brothers were the best, though. That’s the best part of my childhood memories. Hay, 2063 E. Pascua. I’ll always remember you and the lessons I learned there.

Also, RIP my little Pilot Birdie. Thanks for the memories. ­čÖü

Doodlebox: Green Sea Turtle

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Pilot Birdie (F) with Diamine Ochre

A green sea turtle I drew last night before going to bed.

I must say, this Pilot Birdie is really good for drawing little details. It was a gift from my husband last year but I didn’t use it because it’s a Japanese fine, so it’s like xf, almost like a needlepoint for me. I only use medium points or european fine nibs. Turns out it’ll be perfect for doodling and drawing, who knew? ­čÖé

Doodlebox: New Fishies

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My husband didn’t like the Orinda Goldfish that I drew earlier because of the bump on the forehead, so I drew him new ones. Proper goldfishies without bumps on the head, just the way he likes it. I should’ve used orange ink, but whatevs.