Another one of my sketches with Hilda Otejekker, rendered with ink and diluted wash.
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Time for another sample drawing from the Moleskine sketchbook I brought to Texas – this was also drawn at the Texas State Capital grounds.
The grounds of the Texas State Capital were so beautiful. There were plenty of commemorative statues and plaques as well as many trees. Those trees were full of squirrels. Using my pencils, I quickly fired off a sketch of a squirrel clinging to one of the trees. The diluted grey ink was added later.
I thought I’d share another piece from my Moleskine watercolor sketchbook. This time, it’s of Hilda Otejekker and yes, it’s another bikini image.
Hilda has a huge pool in her mansion. She and Richie use it almost everyday. Sometimes she likes to swim. Other times, Hilda likes to just recline at the side or peacefully float on the water. (Hey, who doesn’t?)
The water and Hilda’s inflatable pool mat there are diluted paint. I used Derwent brand watercolor and Inktense pencils but pressed lightly on them. The pink pool inflatable toy Hilda is reclining on? That’s actually red Inktense pencil – I just used a light pressure and water to dilute the pigment for the pinkish color. Everything else was enhanced with pencil and a Uniball pen.