Punjab Jamming 1

24 Jun


I’m trying something a bit different. Normally I draw from life, but today, instead of scribbling what’s in front of me, I’ve been using my recent pastel sketches from the Pakistani Punjab as a starting point. I’m not trying to copy them, but to use them as inspiration. Like a musician jamming, I suppose.


I’ve been drawing straight into my Daler Rowney Ebony sketchbook using Daler Rowney artist’s soft pastels. The sketchbook is size A4, spiral bound, with black acid-free paper, 180 gsm, a tidy weight.

2 Responses to “Punjab Jamming 1”

  1. Rebecca Toy June 25, 2014 at 23:03 #

    Hello, I am a lurker, slipping onto your blog in the dark of the night. I love your work, and even more so, your notes and observations on your process(es) and the mediums you use. I found myself using the same Faber-Castell ink pens, by happy accident, and it was fun to see how someone else put them to good use. If you see muddy footprints around a post, it was me!

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