Sketchbook Roundup: June 2015
Although I haven't been religious about it, on my best weeks I've been trying to set aside an hour in the morning for sketching. Ironically, the more I've been getting into water color the slower I've been working. I used to open a sketchbook and try to hit a page count before closing it. Since I've been giving myself a time quota instead of a page quota, I have let myself really linger over mixing up each little color. It's a great way to counter balance the deadline mania that I get into when I'm working on assignment.
These are all drawn with Noodler's Polar Black and a Lamy Safari Fountain Pen. The color is Windsor Newton watercolor.