Dungeon Man. Experimenting with watercolour pencils, on printer paper. I wanted to try out my new watercolour pencils, so I started testing them on regular paper, with plans to eventually move on to watercolour paper that wouldn't wrinkle so bad. The paper IS quite wrinkled, but I pressed on my scanner lid pretty hard to flatten the scan out. :D
||Drago vs. Flint: The Showdown
Yay experimentation! To shade this and draw Flint and the Tree, I used a majorly-on-its-deathbed brush pen. very interesting. And for the white bits, I used a white gel pen I picked up. (I'll be needing to get s'more of those).
SPEAKING of getting more, it looks like the day that I use this paper I've been using will come to an end at some point, since the Green House recycled paper sketchbooks that I used to like using are no longer being carried by my local art store. :( BLEH. Why is it so difficult for me to find sketchbooks with pages that aren't bleached white. :P I have nothing AGAINST white pages, but a beige tone (and a texture like these has) can be a lot of fun to play with. Ah well. And they were cheap, too ($5 each).