I like the sketchy quality against the digital smooth background. See my Post-It doodles here: http://xrl.us/bebu96]]>
Best to you in 2009!!!
My name is Roy Lee Leonhardt. I have been here before and must leave a comment this time around. Your story and illustration have great significance on a world level.
These bad dreams and negative thoughts and energies are of great personal developmental and even spiritual importance. I Love you mother and the way she explained it to you. What a wonderful kind and giving soul. You must really Love her very much. I know she sure does Love you. Thanks for posting this I don’t know why I was drawn to it. Perhaps your name or the like. But just thought I had to share.
Love Your blog. Keep up the great work.
Hi don’t know if you’re still binding books using moleskins, but I did find these while reading http://www.sketchcrawl.com/blog/?page_id=4
They seem to use the same paper and for the price if you are using a moleskin planner it may be worth the few extra bucks for the saved time.
I decided on just making an insert for my leather sketch cover using Martha’s tutorial.
http://www.dickblick.com/zz100/61a/ is pretty cheap takes 2 sheets so total cost is pretty low.
btw thx for posting all your findings so far ive built a custom sketch book and now use a kuretake brush pen constantly.
No, the ink was done with a Rapidograph technical pen.
Thanks for the comment!]]>
if so im am really inspired by the brush control.
really nice style, and beautiful use of colors =)
I use Rapidograph Ultradraw with a Lamy converter. I just followed the recommendations of Clay Butler here: http://www.sidewalkbubblegum.com/tutorial.html
The converter works fine. After a while, however, it developed a little crack where it connects with the pen. I may have pushed it on too forcefully, or it’s just a stress fracture from extended use. Just be aware that may happen eventually, which can cause leaks, but it’s a fairly cheap fix…
Good luck and thanks!]]>
great post btw =)]]>