Tag Archives: pen

A Woman that Feares the Lord

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Pro 31:30  Favour is deceitful, and beauty is vain: but a woman that feareth the LORD, she shall be praised.

This is a card I made for one of my friend’s birthday. I hope she’ll like it and that it looks enough like her; I’m having to go by memory. 🙂

 

 

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Honey Bee~ Coffee Mixed Media Drawing

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Happy Mothers Day!

I created this card for my Mom, calling her our Queen Bee!

I used coffee, Ink Pen, and Watercolor. This was a very fun and simple project. I’m starting to feel a series coming on… Bugs! What a brilliant idea! I’ll do a bug series!

Pro 31:28 Her children arise up, and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praiseth her.

Original Screech Owl~ Coffee and Charcoal Mixed Media Painting

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Screech Owl Here is another coffee painting/drawing that I recently finished. This sleepy little owl is in a cave, perched on it’s rocky interior. I have him available as a print below:Fine Art Prints
I’m hoping to place the original for sale in the Copper Horse Art Center and Gallery in Prairie City. Please contact me if interested. Thanks for looking!

Original Chipmunk~ Coffee Mixed Media Drawing

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Here is one of my latest creations.  I used quite a few medias including : Coffee, Watercolor, Pastel, and Pen. I love the look of coffee, it creates a really cool texture and look. Hoping to do some more like this! The original of this hand painted greeting card is available for sale on our EtsyShop  just click on the photo or link. Thanks for looking! 🙂

This was painted on a 140 lb. watercolor card, dimensions: 5″x6 7/8″ ( 12.7 x 17.4 cm).

He’s also available as a fine art print  and phone case. Just click on the photo below.

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1956 Oldsmobile Super 88~ Drawing

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This was a commission that I just recently finished. I’m happy how it turned out.  Soon I’ll ship it on its way to its owner!  Something to remember though, is that you can’t ship on the weekends! Bummer!

Medias: I used my Faber Castell markers, .005 Micron pen, colored pencils, and pastel pencils. They all layered very well on Strathmore Bristol paper! (Its very thick and hearty) 😉

*Commission* Oldsmobile- Sketch in Progress Stage 1 and 2

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This was a commission given to me around the end of last month. So far I’ve used Ink, colored pencils and Markers. Later I will add Pastel pencils for the final touch-ups and ground. I really appreciate the lady who commissioned me for this work, she’s been great to work for! 🙂

Old Ford Pickup- Mixed Media Drawing in Progress

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fordpickup in progressHere are the progressive stages of my latest drawing. I will be drawing another older car model soon!

I used four different mediums, Faber Castell markers, .005 Micron pen, Drewent colored pencils, and
Generals pastel pencils.

The green is colored pencil. I used my markers for the darker areas. And pastels for the ground and touch ups here and there. I’ll post the finished product tomorrow.

Ford Model T. – Ink and Pastel Drawing

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I was at an orchard when I saw this really cool car drive in. The Model T. ranges from the year 1908-1927.

In this drawing I used Faber Castell brush pens for most of the car. I also used a .005 micron pen for the steering wheel, windshield, etc… In my last step I used pastel pencils  for the ground and finishing touches on the car. It was a fun project. There were two more old cars that pulled up at the same time that I am hoping to draw.

Old Ford Model T Car- Ink Drawing in Progress

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Old ford in progress I’m having fun drawing this old Ford Car and am putting my Faber Castell Markers to use. I’m hoping to finish this today or tomorrow and have it available as a print on Fine Art America.com

Raven- Ink Drawing

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I started by using my regular brown brush pen and then gradually added other shades of brown and grey from my new set of markers, by Faber Castell. They’re pretty good markers, but the size I got was not as large as my usual. They also put out a lot more ink. I’m still learning how to work with them. Hopefully I’ll figure out just the right technique. 😉 Next I will be incorporating pastel into my Ink Series. So far I’m having fun and can’t wait to do more! 🙂