Showing posts with label marker. Show all posts
Showing posts with label marker. Show all posts

Saturday, January 16, 2010

Biker Buddy, Resting

Biker Buddy, Resting, by Mary Stebbins Taitt. Markers. Quick sketch. Click to view slightly larger.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Biker Buddy at Lunch

Biker Buddy at Lunch, value sketch, ~ 4 5 inches, markers.

Veloce or The Girl with the Scarves SKETCH

Here is my little quicksketch on a poorly cut piece of scrap paper for the piece "Veloce" ("The Girl with the Scarves") which now resides in Aya's pocket. Done in markers, ~ 4 x 5.

Friday, November 27, 2009


Entangled, collaboration with Steve Loya. Click to view larger. Brand new today.

Crone Ceremony: Collaboration with Steve in Ander's Mole

YAY! My next Moleskine arrived today, Ander's book, woo hoo! I'm so happy! As usual, the pieces are so wonderful to see up close and personal! YAY!

My first piece is a collaboration with Steve Loya. The finished piece is on top and his contribution is shown below. Unfortunately, the scanner didn't get the colors quite right, but I guess I can live with that. It's done with markers, some from Andrea. I discovered, as I'm sure many of the rest of you have, that some markers work MUCH better than others!!!

If you click on these, they will get larger.

Thursday, November 19, 2009

3 new value sketches

My first ever intentional value sketches. These are done very quickly on newsprint. The first two are with markers and the last with watercolors. Click to view slightly larger.

Friday, July 31, 2009

Modify, for Illustration Friday

Modify, for Illustration Friday, by Mary Stebbins Taitt. You can see various steps in the modification of this image. See it larger here. The blueish one is the first of the marker versions.

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Daisies in my Moleskine

Daisies, by Mary Stebbins Taitt. Brand new sketch this afternoon with
pens from Andrea. I used all the pens drawn in random order and no
other pens or media. Andrea sugegsted we share what we are doing in
our returned moles.

Sunday, August 17, 2008

The D of Spades

The D of Spades, by Mary Stebbins Taitt. A sketch for a card from a
deck of playing cards and tarot-type fortune cards that is part of a
story I am working on. In Leah's Moleskine for sketchbook exchange

Read a little more about my stories in progress.