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I’d had a few artist trading cards with me, so I started sketching the view from Roy’s.
While we waited for the smoker to do its thing, I remembered that I had some blank artist trading cards with me and set to sketching.
Rather than try to black it out entirely, I added an extra layer of crosshatching which gives it a nice depth.
Laying down a consistent dot takes intense concentration, and I caught myself holding my breath while inking parts of this once I found the right rhythm.
Post-pizza, I was looking for something to draw and worked on these artfully arranged pepperoncini ends that Alan left on his plate.
Stippling with a brush pen is challenging.
I’m still impressed with comic artists that can achieve just the right balance of light, shadow, and detail with ink.