Another Moleskine/Sakura brush pen doodle. I’m starting to get the hang of the brush.
I definitely got some weird looks from people when I pulled out my brush pens in a session and started doodling. 😂
Tonight I got a delivery from Dick Blick and decided to take my new Sakura brush pens for a spin. So far, I really dig them. It feels a lot more natural to do hatching with a small brush than a Micron pen.
Here’s a quick doodle showing how I think the cowl should work. It’s a two-piece design with an under-mask and a helmet that goes over it. I imagine that the mask and the helmet integrate using some magnetic contact points to keep things like eye holes lined up.
I missed my goal of A Batman a day the other day, so I have to make it up by drawing The Joker.
This is a quick sketch I drew in my notebook at work.
- Moleskine gridded notebook
- Pigma Micron .05 Pen
- Ballpoint Pen
Today I did a doodle during a meeting and decided to bring it home and ink it.
- Milestone notebook
- Ball point pen
- Copic Multiliner SP 0.5 Pen
- Copic Multiliner SP Brush Pen
I was in a long and tedious meeting today, so I doodled this in my notebook. (It helps me listen better and not play with my phone.)
- Moleskine gridded 5 x 7″ hardback notebook
- Pigma Micron 005 pen
For about two months now I’ve been drawing a Batman every day. It’s usually the last thing I do before I go to bed. It helps me wind down and leave the day behind.
This is first one I am posting to this site, but I’ll go back and back-date the others to as close to their drawing-date as I can figure out. (Which will make this post make almost no sense at some point in the future.)
This one was drawn on my OG iPad Mini with an old version of the AutoDesk Sketchbook app and an Adonit Mark stylus, while I was on an airplane traveling home from the HOW Design conference.