Second Day Ink Drawing #inktober

When I first learned Kendo, I was told that I was too strong and too hard (that was when I was about twelve or thirteen). I was also suggested to practice drawing using brush, to soften my nature and to liquefy my movement. I have to admit drawing using brush really works to that end. It’s a good therapy, and I’d like to suggest all of you to give it a try.

In regards to my first day of October ink drawing, I found it a bit disappointing. Maybe I’m losing my touch, and maybe that’s why so many of you failed to recognize the supposedly well-known face.

This is when the brush came up. It’s been years since I last touch any brush, so if I drew another person and you failed to recognize it, I would be able to blame the brush and all those idle years.

Anyway, drawing directly without any pencil sketch, using a cheap Reeves nylon-hair brush and an even cheaper Yamura ink, resulted in this:


Embu Dream Home


Remember, if you fail to recognize the model of that picture, it’s the brush and not me. Or maybe it’s just because you don’t know who the model is; another advantage of using a friend as a model.

Now tell me. Can you recognize her?







NOOOO!!! That’s not one of the Dalton brothers!!!


~ by edwinlives4ever on October 2, 2014.

8 Responses to “Second Day Ink Drawing #inktober”

  1. Wekekek. I will not leave comment if that face is yours (again). Hak hak hak
    *kalau iya sih kebangeten banget πŸ˜†
    But i still can not answer your quetion, Hehehe πŸ˜€

  2. Mbak Lala!

  3. wah keren mas, aku suka lihat ini…luwes

  4. Mbak Lala dong! :p

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