Soluble pencils sketches-A4 sketchbook.

Soluble pencils sketches-A4 sketchbook.

These are fantastic, Lew, just great!. I wouldn't have noticed the girl's derriere if you hadn't mentioned it. The softer style definitely adds to the painterly effect, and it looks like you've added another string to your bow. My favourite is the tall dark gent with the tash. He scares me a bit. *lol* Great work Bri

Another great sketch showing off your latest soluble pencils. I don't think I will venture into space anytime soon judging by your granny!!

March on Lew. Explore every avenue and give great pleasure doing it.

Thank you Brian, Tony and Jim.

Brilliant drawings Lewis

I love your quirky characters Lewis, and like the weird hats too!

Great work as usual Lewis - i really like water-soluble pencils

Very good as always Lewis!

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I started with the granny on the left, and put her in a space suit just for a change. She was done with 2b and 6b water-soluble pencils. The bearded fella was done with a Faber Swartz Black colored pencil. The blue and red figures were also done with Faber colored pencils. Obviously, they were all blended with a clean water brush. You'll probably spot that I'd had enough by the time I got to the red girl, she was hurriedly finished. I find this an enjoyable way to sketch. (I like drawing people in weird hats, by the way).

About the Artist
Lewis Cooper

Self taught. Love drawing. Like to make pictures up, without using reference pics, often in cartoon style. I do other pictures where I do use reference. I'm knocking on a bit, born in 1940 in Greenwich, London. Retired, and loving it.

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