Had been a while since I used any of my Kolinski brushes since they do not travel as easily as a waterbrush. Just took out some of my sable brushes and started sketching random strokes without a preliminary outline with aquarelle sticks ending-up with this fox-like creature.
Also seemed like a good time to try out the Chinese chop seal I had made in Hong Kong to sign some of my drawigns. Using a piece of cardstock to test the chop, it became clear that was necessary to have some cushioning underneath (used a folded shop towel below the card) in order to exert enough pressure to make a clear impression and to remove the seal one side at a time to avoid tearing the paper surface. The Shinobi-like sketch was done with a Pentel pocket brush pen.
To balance this blog's monster factor, kept on doodling a dragon and phoenix with the same materials and a handful of watercolor pencils for the phoenix's perch.
Copic Multiliner SP 0.3 mm & BS sketch
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