capncooks

Jesse at work - inktober 5

Made with black, red, pink and blue ballpoint pens + white acrylic paint pen.

Yo, Jesse my old friend, it’s been a while that I didn’t deal with him.
This one took way longer than my other inktober drawings - I initially planned to make quick sketches but, oh well, it seems that my love for details is stronger! Plus the reference picture was too much interesting that it worsted to spend several hours on it. I mostly worked like on my pencil drawings - The technique with ballpoint pen is all about pressure on the nib, gently for light shading, strong for dark and to keep a similar stroke. But I had to be very careful too because ink blob could happens in any moment… Otherwise, I had fun and great improvement, but now, I don’t feel the need to keep going inktober, I think it’s a good way to achieve it.

Cap’n Blowfish

Yes, the title is also my username!! i wanted to do that for a while and i think it’s accurate for this drawing! So, there is Jesse Pinkman, aka Mr. Natural, blowfishin’ up in the desert.

Made with mechanical pencil, 2B/4B and colored pencil leads for Jesse/background. Spray paint for coloring the blowfish. Size 25x33cm (10”x13”).

Reference photo by Andy Voegeli.

'fallacies, fallacies - one for you and two for me'

So, I have this job at the moment, cooking in the kitchen of a hospital. Not really my dream job and really exhausting. Then today at the lunch break, I really needed to escape - I had my sketchbook with me, 'Fallacies' on my headphones and it naturally drove me to draw The Cap’n Cook.

2 hours sketch - mechanical pencil.