An assembly line process always makes quicker work.
|The Sargent Major.|
|The Sargent's humble little tree.|
|Meet "Chilly"... Frosty's cousin.|
|The fourth day is a merry pug.|
|Herbie the elf.|
|Ahab sketched with an Ahab.|
|The Ahab in three colors clear, Mandarin Yellow and |
Dec 25 Red. I started with Noodler's Black ink on
a Strathmore 4x6 sketchbook.
|The clear demonstrator.|
|Harpoon man Queequeg.|
|GULP! I swallowed up six Ahab pens in my order!|
|Noodler's black and a little bit of Habenaro|
|This is "Chubby..."|
|... and his girlfriend "Hildie."|
|"Chubby" up close.|
|I like how the light shows through the cut out shapes.|
|Large sheets are great for bigger designs.|
Westcott "Extreme Edge"shears are awesome;
they're a great addition to your studio
if you work with paper. I can't operate without the
stand-by Xacto knife; I misplace everything,so I keep at least a dozen throughout the studio.
The Pilot Falcon II uses cartridges or fills with an
included converter. I used Aurora black fountain ink.
|The line variation is awesome.|