|8/23/15 Koh-i-Noor Tri-Tone colored pencils, Cretacolor Nero pencil, ink|
(sketched from calendar photo)
It’s a lazy Sunday afternoon (it’s been so long since I’ve had one, I almost didn’t recognize it) – my favorite time to experiment with different media or tools. The other day I was digging through my supplies looking for something else when I stumbled upon my Koh-i-Noor Tri-Tone colored pencils. I experimented with them for a while last year but eventually took them out of my everyday-carry bag. They’re so much fun – it’s time to put a few back in.
Today I used them in my studio to draw from a calendar photo. Only two colored pencils were used: one with green/yellow hues and one with red/pink/yellow hues (the black lines were made with a Cretacolor Nero pencil, with a dot of ink for the eye). Since the tri-tone colors are mixed up within the single pencil lead, you can’t control which color you’ll get on any particular line. They all blend into an interesting mix.
The pencils give a different look altogether! I like this!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful drawing, TIna. I love hummers but no matter what I do, I can't get any to come to a feeder where we live. Not sure why.ReplyDelete