Sketching something fantastic, using black paper and coloured pencils, Caran d’Ache and Faber Castell.
Title: SciFi 1- Front cover novel.
Categories: #drawings #drawings #scifi #Pencildrawing #pencilart #pencils #sciencefiction #scenery
Short descriptiopn: depicting ‘The void’. Never empty, filled with our imagination .
Sciencefiction scenery- Earthy escaped city takes a journey in Universe.
More #fiction , less #Science .
Just to stimulate the imagination. And can be a front cover for a SciFi Novel.
Artwork participation in campaign: #artistsupportpledge.
Process: Hand sketching with color pencils.
Media Size: 29.7 x 21 cm (A4 size)
Media Type: standard black paper, 80gr/m².
Sketched one four men’s meeting, I wanted to create a 3D effect and same time to reach out a situation where showed each attendee talking and listening. Huh!… don’t know how came this idea- the imagination and the art are infinite 🙂 .
Also, I want to participate to the #artistsupportpledge, “Support artists during lockdown!” So that if indeed works as intended, my work will be identified on Twitter with the hashtag #artistsupportpledge .
Process: Hand sketching with pencils and felt tip/ gel/ inkpens (black, grey, white) (ixed media).
Media Size: 32 x 22.5 cm .
Media Type: quality paper, fine embossed, 160gr/m².
“Meeting” artwork ca be purchased online as well.
Drawing on black paper is essentially working in reverse. With a sketch that’s on white (or light-colored) paper, you’re typically starting with light shading and working towards deep shadows. The opposite is true when working on black paper; a dark ground is already there, so you’ve got to transition from pitch black to medium grey to bright white marks.