Drawing Fast and Loose

IMAGE DESCRIPTION - featured image: A greyscale ink sketch of a man with a beard and long ponytail, viewed from the right side while working on a laptop at a desk. His chin rests on his left hand, and his right rests on the keyboard. On the far side of him is a large bookcase filled with books, jars, medicine bottles, a coffee mug, a jar of pens, pencils and scissors, etc. In front of the desk, on the right side of the drawing, is a window with lace curtains. The drawing is done in loose fast lines in black ink, with grey watery shading.

IMAGE #1 DESCRIPTION - featured image: A greyscale ink sketch of a man with a beard and long ponytail, viewed from the right side while working on a laptop at a desk. His chin rests on his left hand, and his right rests on the keyboard. On the far side of him is a large bookcase filled with books, jars, medicine bottles, a coffee mug, a jar of pens, pencils and scissors, etc. In front of the desk, on the right side of the drawing, is a window with lace curtains. The drawing is done in loose fast lines in black ink, with grey watery shading.

 

 

 

I stumbled across this book a few days ago:

IMAGE #2 DESCRIPTION: A photo of the book Dare to Sketch by Felix Scheinberger. The book is a library book with a blue cover, with loose black line drawings of pens, pencils, and a pencil case vertically along the left side of the book. The book is photographed against a stone background with some plant detritus here and there.…and what a delight! So much fast, loose, sloppy, expressive art. In Dare to Sketch, author Felix Scheinberger shares his own sketchbooks along with a whole lot of tips to give you ideas and get you started. I’ve been turning the pages, dipping in here and there, and…

→ See more of Akire’s fast-and-loose sketches and read more about this book here!

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