May, in the Sketchbook Revisiting Norse and Celtic knotwork; they’re differences and similarities are always so interesting. On that vein, trying to to make life-drawing a little more interesting this week by incorporating themes from Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice. graphite on paper | Strathmore 400 Series Sketchbook Share this:TwitterFacebookMoreLinkedInRedditTumblrPinterestPocketEmailLike this:Like Loading... Posted on May 20, 2021 Tagged artwork, celtic, figure drawing, graphite drawing, hellblade, life drawing, norse, sketchbook, sketchbook studies, strathmore, traditional art
2 thoughts on “May, in the Sketchbook”
Lovely work for a sketchbook – mine are much rougher
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Thank you! I’m trying to get a little looser with sketches, but then before I know it I’m perfecting them too much. 😅 I don’t have much in the way of watercolour sketches, but yours are lovely by the way!
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