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    And here we have the last weekly Dojo sketch before the summer break.
    There is no Judo training for my son the next two months.

    Actually I enjoyed sketching on the visitor gallery of the Dojo, outside, away from a desk just holding the notepad in the fingers with a timelimit of maximum 1 hour.
    As my son also enjoys Judo and will continue in Fall I will also continue.



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    Entre, I like your tank girl.

    My son and I had another drawing session today.

    Entre actually your drawing inspired me to draw also a girl.


    Posing by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Rohrer & Klingner Zeichentusche Schwarz, Faber Castell Albrecht Dürer)



    And my son created a girl with red hair.


    Red Hair Girl (Junior) by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Staedtler 88 Fineline, Faber Castell Albrecht Dürer)

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    The shuttle bus I'm driving at work, a 2015 Ford Transit 11 seater. TWSBI 580 AL fine, and blue flipchart marker:


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    This weekend I tried Clairefontaine Pastelmat paper the first time for a pastel drawing.

    And it´s amazing, this makes so much difference compared to the normal/multi techniques paper I´ve used before.
    The pigments of the pastels are holding perfectly in place on this paper, just awesome.
    The only drawback is that it is quite expensive.

    I´ve drawn a European crossed viper, one of the few venomous snakes in Austria, using my Stabilo Carbothello pastel pencils on Clairfontaine Pastelmat.


    Kreuzotter by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Stabilo Carbothello)


    My son made two new drawings.


    Strawberry (Junior) by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Uni-Pin Fine Line, Faber Castell Albrecht Dürer)



    Sword (Junior) by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Uni Pin Fine Line, Ecoline Brush Pens)
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    Again pastels.

    My son made during this week these fighting firedragons with soft pastels.


    Fighting Firedragons (Junior) by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Jaxell Soft Pastel)


    And today we´ve drawn together flowers with oil pastels on a for us new paper, Lana Colours Indigo 160g/m2.


    Flower by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Jaxon Oil Pastels)



    Sun Flower (Junior) by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Jaxon Oil Pastels)

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    Today my son and I had another drawing session.
    I´m trying to show him the basics of figure construction.
    So we watched and followed together a tutorial from Marcel´s channel "Drawing like a Sir".
    Drawing women right - Anatomie for Beginners.



    I like his videos, he is drawing normally Manga style.
    Junior like his channel because it´s a german speaking one, so he also can understand it


    Afterwards we inked and colored our basic figure differently.

    He decided to make a warrior out of it.


    Warrior (Junior) by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Rohrer & Klingner Zeichentusche Schwarz, Ecoline Brush Pens)


    And I made a female robot out of it.



    Female Robot by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Rohrer & Klingner Zeichentusche Schwarz, Faber Castell Albrecht Dürer)
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    Terminatress

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    Today my son said to me: "Papa lets draw faces".

    So it be.
    We used Pencils and graphite powder.


    I think my biggest problem with portraits is, that I´m way too impatient.


    Harrison Ford by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Staedtler Mars Lumograph, Cretacolor Graphite Powder, Cretacolor White Chalk)


    He used graphite powder with a brush the first time for the base coat and really liked it.


    Man (Junior) by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Staedtler Mars Lumograph, Cretacolor Graphite Powder)

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    Default Re: FPGeeks Art Gallery

    Very nice. I'm too impatient too, which is why I don't use pencil/graphite etc. Pen is much quicker unless it's biro which is almost as slow as pencils

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    Today I´ve tried a (for me) new paper, Clairefontaine Ingres 130g/m2.

    This paper has quite a lot of structure, but this is why it is called Ingres paper and it is quite thin

    It was not a bad experiense, but the rough structure made it at least for me not that easy to apply the pigments to the valleys of the structure.
    The paper was able to take several layers of color, so I can´t say it is a bad pastel paper.

    That the structure is still visible in the final picture is expected, and I guess if you use Ingres paper intended.

    But for me Clairefontaine Pastelmat plays in a different league than Ingres.
    Blending on Pastelmat is easy peasy, no structures, and I was impressed how it hold the pigments, no fixative is really needed on that paper.

    Is Ingres a good pastel paper? I would say yes
    Is it my favorite pastel paper? No


    Launch by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Royal Talens Rembrandt Soft Pastel)


    My son used acrylic paints to create a Wall E.
    He likes to use acrylic paints, I have to admit that I did not used acrylic paints so far.


    Wall E (Junior) by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Crelando Acrylic)

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    And another one.

    First I sketched it with a 2 mm blue Staedtler clutch pencil, then made the outlines with a Pentel Pocket Brush (I like those really as the the brush gives a lot of dynamic to the line art).
    The base color layer was done with Pit Artist Pens Brush, afterwards I finished the drawing with some accents using Polychromos pencils.


    Asterix by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Pentel Pocket Brush, Faber Castell Pit Artist Pens Brush, Faber Castell Polychromos)


    My son chosen to draw a cat using oil pastels.


    Cat (Junior) by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Crelando Oil Pastels)

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    Yesterday at lunch my niece and I talked about drawing a common theme again.
    We agreed to draw a bat until today.

    So this is what I came up with, I´m keen to see hers later today.


    Bat Sketch by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Pentel Pocket Brush, Faber Castell Albrecht Dürer)

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    We spent a couple of days in the Thermal Spa Parktherme in Styria (Austria).
    We enjoyed our stay a lot and I can recommend the Thermal Spa, it´s great there.

    In the Sauna Garden we sketched a bit between the Sauna sessions , I think this would be commonly called urban sketching.
    My wife, my son and I are enthusiastic Sauna fans.

    Left you can see the Sauna area separated from the Thermal spa on the right side.


    Sauna Garden 1 - Thermal Spa Bad Radkersburg by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Fine Liner, several Watercolor Pencils)


    My son sketched the well from above with the Kneipp water-treating basin in detail.


    Sauna Garden Detail - Thermal Spa Bad Radkersburg (Junior) by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Fine Liner, several Watercolor Pencils)


    Looking further to the left you can see the steam bath "Murnockerl" in the foreground and the "Panorama" Sauna in the background.


    Sauna Garden 2 - Thermal Spa Bad Radkersburg by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Fine Liner, several Watercolor Pencils)


    What I can also recommend if you visit Styria some time is a visit at the Riegersburg including the bird of prey demonstration at the Greifvogelwarte Riegersburg, both is impressive.

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    Bad Riegersburg is beautiful, I were there three years ago. No, it was 2013.
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    We are back from vacation



    Creek (Junior) by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Jaxon Oil Pastels)



    Iltis (Polecat) by Ptero Pterodactylus, auf Flickr

    (Faber Castell Graphite Aquarelle)

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    Some fairly recent ones from me, I get a bit behind posting on here because I post daily to my blog and Instagram and then lose track of what I've uploaded where the blog is at https://sketchingonthetrain.wordpress.com still if your interested in more.

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    It´s all about saccharides
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