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Sunday, July 20, 2014

"Wildlife", Ram, Lynn Cohen

 
 
In Sketchbook Skool we are doing some one line drawings with Brenda Swenson (teacher).
I used that technique to draw this long horned ram ... did not lift the pen from the paper start to finish.
Pretty happy with the way it came out too. Then added watercolor to the water soluble ink. The black is mostly ink and water.
We saw this ram on one of our cross country trips, probably in South Dakota, Custer State Park.
They are among my very favorite wild animals.

10 comments:

  1. I am fascinated by the one line drawing, of course yours turned out lovely, lol I would love to join this group, would that be possible,

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    1. Laurie, I am overjoyed that you want to join us here at Paper, Paint, Pencils & Pens! I have sent you an invite. Respond, and you can then post. Thanks and welcome!

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  2. Looks pretty swell to me. I see one of my friends would like to join. Oh she is a great artist. She is really good.

    She is a gal of your own artist taste. I vouch for her.

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    1. Yes, I know Laurie too! It will be fun to have her art here!

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  3. Lynn, you gave him so much texture with your lines!!! Great job on this one. What kind of ink are you using? Ilike the way the black shaded the ram.

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    1. Thanks Joan, it was my Uni Ball Vision elite which is water soluble. Or maybe a different Uni Ball. I cleaned my desk yesterday and now I am not sure as all pens got put away. LOL

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  4. Wonderful....although I wouldn't want to meet this one with horns like that, lol.

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    1. Thanks Ann. I have had these guys walk right next to our car in Custer State Park. It was quite wonderful to behold.

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  5. This is wonderful, Lynn. I love how he's looming towards us in the picture. Also all the textures you've made with your pen lines.

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    1. Thank you Margaret, it was quite enjoyable to draw him, especially the horns.

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