Angular Man

I left my sketchbook at home. I’m glad they have some where I work. The paper was lighter and had a smoother surface, so I was happy I had my ink pens.

The person at the table next to me was all over the place. I knew that a stick-figure skeleton would work as the basis of this portrait. However, I am used to working in pencil. Pen was a little intimidating, since each movement of my hand becomes indelible.

I captured the essence of the figure in this portrait.

Sketch: Pen and Ink - Angular Man

Angular Man
8.5″x5″ Light Weight Velum Surface Paper

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