|Elongated, 2015, brush pen on paper, 28.5" x 22.5"|
William T. Ayton is a British artist based in Tempe, Arizona & New York's Hudson Valley. His work deals with the human condition, social issues and myth. He creates drawings, paintings & augmented reality pieces.
Tuesday, September 08, 2015
I haven't done a drawing in a while, so here is a new one. It's quite large, as drawings go. It was done with a Pentel brush pen, which has ink in cartridges—this drawing took up a whole cartridge. The brush pen isn't ideal, but it's pretty good. It cuts out the necessity of keeping dipping the brush in the ink pot, so it speeds up & makes the process flow a little more smoothly.
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Labels: art, brush pen, elongated, head, ink drawing
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