These drawings are part of an illustration project I have been working on, and are being shared with permission of the client. I created these with Sakura Pigma Micron Pens on white cartridge paper. Norwich Castle Norwich Cathedral Pulls Ferry Cow Tower City Hall Norwich Station UEA’s Ziggurat’s
Lobster and Lobster Net, Sakura Pigma Micron Drawing Pens on unbranded a5 paper. Trawler at Sea, Sakura Pigma Micron Drawing Pen and Winsor & Newton watercolours on Daler Rowney Aquafine texture watercolour paper. The lobster drawing was created from a combination of reference photos on Pixabay, while the trawler painting was from a supplied photograph.
Pug. Sakura Pigma Micron pens on unbranded paper. © C L Grasby, 2019.
Wayfarer Sailing. Sakura Pigma Micron pens on unbranded paper. © C L Grasby
Although I've sketched fennec foxes a few times in the last year (being desert animals that sleep most of the day, they make lovely drawing subjects!) I hadn't gotten around to creating a full size drawing of them. The reference photo I used for this drawing was a slightly grainy image I'd taken in 2016 … Continue reading Fennec Foxes
This has taken me a few days, as I kept picking it up and putting it down again, but I finished my line drawing of a bear that I started earlier this week... I do love drawing with pen, though it does take some getting used to, as the lines can sometimes appear very harsh … Continue reading Bear, Pen Drawing
Fox, Derwent Graphik Line Maker 1.0 on unbranded cartridge paper. This started as a doodle, but I got carried away and really quite like the finished picture! Reference photo my own, taken in 2016.
I love creating home made gifts where possible... This one was for my Grandad, who has a history of working on trawlers out of Lowestoft. The boat in the picture was one that he’d mentioned having worked on at the very start of his career. Working from an old printed reference photo, I completed the … Continue reading ‘Trawling’ for Christmas gifts…
I started a new 365 day challenge on the 1st November (see post: 365 Days of Art!), and although I started well, I seem to have fallen quite a few days behind! Despite that, I am enjoying the challenge and am planning to continue, with the aim of ending up with a total of 365 images. … Continue reading A selection of pen sketches…
I've been doing quite a bit of work lately in colour, so thought I would mix it up a bit and do some line drawing for a change! I used a drawing pen and Windsor and Newton black ink on Bristol Board, and worked from a combination of rough sketches and photos taken on my … Continue reading Townscapes in Pen