Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Canson Girl

Artwork © 2010 Gene Gonzales

This is a warm up piece from earlier this morning. I just now got around to scanning it. I'm still playing with the Pentel Brush Pen. I like the dry brush effects I can get on the rougher side of the Canson paper. It creates a nice texture in her hair. There are a few issues of how slow the ink dries on certain paper, but that is something I dealt with before when I used a brush and have since forgotten because of using pens. Just have to make that adjustment in how I work.

This piece was done with a Pentel Brush Pen and white color pencil on a 9" x 12" sheet of Canson Mi-Teintes paper.

This is Post #1125

5 comments:

Gary M. Peiffer said...

Gene,

Looks great! I can see what you mean about the texturing!

Gary

Comix Book Gurl said...

love the beauty mark!

Royce Thrower said...

Superb! Redhead (or so I interpret based on the paper!) Very nice portrait Gene! You are really becoming an expert on getting just the right lines out of that new brush pen! Keep 'em coming!

Gene Gonzales said...

Thanks Gary!

Thanks Lisa!

You're obsessed with redheads, did you know that Royce? :) Thanks!

Royce Thrower said...

Yeah, my therapist tells me that all the time....
oops... I mean...my "friends" yeah that's it..my FRIENDS tell me that all the time!