Monday, January 23, 2006

a cat mixes in


Illustration Friday: Cat
so, here is my third attempt at getting something about the theme of the week. i used, well, i bought these brush pens from Faber-Castell, and did this with them, and am loving them.

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13 Comments:

At 1/23/06, 9:46 PM, Blogger Anonymous said...

Lots of detail! Sneaky cat! Teehee :)

 
At 1/23/06, 11:10 PM, Blogger kan said...

so original

 
At 1/23/06, 11:11 PM, Blogger kb said...

Did you use a grey brush pen too? I love all the detail. Excellent.

 
At 1/23/06, 11:23 PM, Blogger garth bruner said...

Loving your style. Great illo!

 
At 1/24/06, 12:22 AM, Blogger Janet said...

Love your work!!! Very nice!

 
At 1/24/06, 9:20 AM, Blogger HARDWAX said...

this is one strange looking clan-love em

 
At 1/24/06, 1:50 PM, Blogger m.b said...

OMG, Wonil this is AMAZING! I'm still working on a new piece for this, hopefully I'll get the sketch in before Thursday night!! Again... AMAZING!

 
At 1/24/06, 2:12 PM, Blogger wonil said...

at first i didn't expect much from cats, but i'm liking the cat in this drawing. i'm thinking about doing a series based on him. thanks for accepting this outcast.

kb, yes, i did use two grey brush pens. actually, used only two grey pens. they are awesome, the control and flexibility.

mb, i look forward to seeing your new piece. how's Eclipse coming?

 
At 1/25/06, 3:07 PM, Blogger steve said...

WOW! This is a great drawing! I really like the other cat one as well. Great original takes on the subject.

 
At 1/27/06, 8:11 AM, Blogger flossy-p said...

Those pens must be pretty special, and the hand that wields them even better. This is incredibly intriguing.

 
At 1/27/06, 1:57 PM, Blogger Julie Oakley said...

I love your work - gives me the creeps, but nevertheless I love it. How big was the original of this? My one and only brush pen produces a much thicker line I think.

 
At 1/27/06, 11:08 PM, Blogger wonil said...

hi Julie, most drawings are 7 by 7. i noticed that some brands are sharper than others. in my short experience, Faber-Castell brush pens are pretty sharp. and also noticed that brush pens get dull after a while.

 
At 1/30/06, 8:55 PM, Blogger Courtney said...

great detail and lines. the illo reminds me of the book, "the master and margarita" .

 

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