Week 37 – Use a White Pen Prominently on Your Page
This week I decided not to take the challenge literally. Instead us using a white pen, I decided to sketch a white pen . . . in fact, several of the white pens & markers I use around the studio!
I sketched my treasured Bic Shake ‘n Squeeze, My Sharpie MeanStreak, My Uniball Signo, My LAMY fountain pen, and my Sharpie Paint Marker. I used Tombow Markers to lightly add watered-down color. A few splatters of black and gray and TA-DAH!
The highlight of my week is to spend time in the DLP Facebook Group ooohing- and ahhhh-ing over all of your beautiful work! Can’t wait see what you create this week!
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Oh, I LoVe this!
Thank you Rose!
so very clever!!
Like a FOX!
When I saw the challenge my first thought was to paint a black gesso page then use every white pen I had to write its name. I see that you had a similar idea and it is really beautiful. I just love sketchy pages with light splashes of color – what a cool way to document your currently favorite white pens.
Thanks Mary! Looking forward to yours?????
That’s great! 🙂
Ah ha, clever girl 🙂 Love your idea of taking the playful, non-literal approach.
Thanks Martice! Glad you liked it!
love love love your take on this week! you are SUCH a great sketcher. wow. xo
Thank you sweet, sweet friend!
Awesome which one is your fav?
I find that finding a white pen that actually stays true
white is a bit of a challenge when I am working in my art journals lol
Would love your input.
Great idea I love the shadow effect under the pens! I noticed you didn’t draw an acrylic paint marker. I love that one it’s like painting but in a fine line I feel like I have more control over the paint. Since I’m not so good at fine line painting with white yet. What pen do you use the most? I find that with most of the ones you have here I can’t get them to work very long on acrylic paint. I like seeing what everyone does with this challenge on FB as well. Your idea is very unique. Have a great day!