I’m sorry if that idea shocks you. Effective stippling effect though don’t you think?
Pencil and ink sketch from the golden days of the Open Draw, which Gail ran in De Pijp. It was never quite the same when it moved to Cinetol, although the life drawing sessions there were great.
Drawing of Shu looking at a drawing
Martin was on a Dutch language course I was taking. His mum was also doing the course, and during the break they used to go out and smoke together. I could never imagine smoking with my mum.
This is drawn in pencil, graphite and blue and green pastel pencils.
Two of Manni in Vondelpark—in brush pen, pencil and colour pencil.
Drawing of Michelle’s prosthetic hand in pencil, red pencil, white pencil and red brush pen. I’m not sure exactly how Michelle came to own this prosthetic hand. She still has two real hands as far as I know.
Another self-portrait from Osdorp. Drawn in pencil, graphite, charcoal, brush pen, pastel and acrylic. I really got into the A3-sized Cachet books by Daler-Rowney, with this recycled, wrapping paper-coloured, paper.
Double selfie drawn in Osdorp. Made in ink, pastel, acrylic, pencil, charcoal and gel-pen.