Draw Like the Wind!

It’s been a wee bit busy around the studio lately. I have been working on educational art, new product designs, a trade book, attempting to update my website, and stuff like that. Oh, yeah, and writing.

Rough sketches for educational workbooks.

I tend to sketch on tracing paper for rough stuff, and usually clean the drawing up onto marker paper, using a Cool Grey 90% Prismacolor pencil. Actually, a lot of them.

Even these little babies are still usable, though- see those wooden things at the bottom of the picture? Those are General’s pencil extenders! They are nifty little devices that your pencil nub fits into to give you a new handle. They let you sharpen the last bit out of your pencils. And that’s good, because there’s a lot of drawing still left to do. Yes, indeedy.

2 comments on “Draw Like the Wind!

  • on Friday, February 11, 2011 at 10:30 pm, Anne Bowen said:

    You are amazing, Liz!! I love your creativity. How are you? I miss hearing from you.

  • on Sunday, February 13, 2011 at 12:31 pm, Lynda said:

    I really liked seeing these sketches–they are wonderful! I can hardly draw a conclusion never mind this! 😉

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