AWESOME. Dude putting sugar in his cwoffee is my fave. Wish my observational drawings turned out so nice
Beautiful, fucking beautiful. I especially LOVE the last one of the two ladies. What kind of brush pen is that? I must know!
You do a really good job at combining thin pen and fat marker. I usually overwork my drawings when I try that.
These are brilliant. Love the girl with the bow in her hair.
These are undeniably brilliant...thanks for sharing! My favourite is the gentleman in the stripped sweater.
These are awesome, Megan! What sort of pen did you use to draw these?
lovely! really like the 3rd one down.
What everybody else said, and I'll add:You're quite the shoe artist, aren't you?
Great stuff! Work those brush pens!
Love your sketchbook pages! Good stuff.
I LOVE this! Awesome sketches...nice colors, too=)
Ken--Thank you! I really love the illustrations you've been posting lately.Januel--Thanks so much!! I used the Pentel Pocket Brush pen.Ryan--Thanks!! I'm still playing around with the technique.Justin--Thank you!Erik--Thank you Erik! Jez--Thanks! Used the pentel pocket brush for these. There are a lot of awesome Japanese pens out there that are great for sketching with!Davin--thanks!! Saw your pics from the last sketch crawl and wish I could have made it. See you at the next one for sure!Ted--Thanks! I actually think of myself as more of a sock and legwarmer artist. Everett--Thank you!! Speaking of brush pens, those are some awesome figure drawings on your blog :)Chris--Thanks! Saw your LA sketches; very nice work.Terry--Thank you!! I really, really love your sketchbook stuff! Totally inspiring.
wow, they look really amazing! I love the colours too! what medium is it sketched in?
love the guy with the blue stripes
awesome cafe sketches, megan! been forever since I've been to it's a grind. looks great!
These are some strong cafe drawings! I like the quiet, early morning mood of the second drawing where the striped shirt costumer is adding sugar. It looks simple, but very nice touch.Are you using a special ink marker to get those grainy ink effects?
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