Lunch Break Sketching in Monochrome
Lunch Break Sketching in Monochrome is a way to hold on sketching light and easy. You have no time? A biro and paper are practically everywhere.
An Essential Monochrome Sketch kit like mine it can be composed even from a notebook and a pen or pencil.
So that’s my sketching kit, and I keep sketching as soon as I can. More often are ten minutes sketching like the ones following here.
I took all of them during my lunch break, in no time. I didn’t ever cared about the results (well, too much) so just to relax my eyes from a computer work. To ease my mind from terrible thoughts and to wipe some stress from work.
Ten. Minutes. Free. Everywhere.
Here some samples.
I did all these sketching using my kit. I’m using most of times my beloved Lamy Safari filled with Noodler’s Grey or the Pigma. The Platinum Fude Pen (a reviving love, I just tossed all soft pen nibs of every brand) and a waterbrush filled of Diamine Grey Ink.
Since I’m not using any watercolor (colors don’t stick over it !*&%$#@) the pocket Moleskine Sketch is going really well.