July 28th, 2016
Honestly real and serious drawing

Contemporary art is caught in a downward spiral. And do you know why? Computers! Since digital tools made drawing as easy as clicking on a computer mouse, every nitwit thinks he can draw and everything became a joke.

Still, there is an alternative. That’s why I am starting a little series of blog posts, giving you the power to set you and your art apart from the rest. But be warned: On that way we’ll have to follow some strict rules. Stray but a little and you might fail miserably. Ready? Okay, here is the rule for today:

Rule Nr.1: Always Be Serious

A Jedi must have the deepest commitment, the most serious mind. And that’s also true for the draughtsman. Now, how to be serious while drawing? Well, creative work is a long chain of decisions. Make them honestly and with a sense of truth in your heart.

One of your first decisions on your way is: which tool do you use? If you set your mind on doing serious work, you need a serious tool. And serious tools are made in Germany (where else?). Have a look at these:

Tools for real honest drawing

These are “Wilhelm Brandenburg: Peitschen mit Knoblauch” and “Mini-Schinkenknacker” – perfect German drawing tools!

But you also need to know how to wield them. Have a look:

Sausage wielding

See? that’s a proper way to draw, giving you perfect control in every direction.

Now let’s start with the drawing. I am using the “Peitschen with Knoblauch” for the first sketch, deepening the outlines with the broader strokes from the “Mini-Schinkenknacker” in the second pass:

Seriously drawing with sausages

Once your work reached a state nearing perfection you have to make a photograph of the drawing with the tools lying next to it. This way you are properly documenting your god-like skills and nobody can doubt the fact, that you have drawn this picture with these tools:

Final Sausage Image

July 8th, 2016
Pencil Sketch

sketch by Ingmar Drewing

July 5th, 2016
Digital watercolour sketch

digital watercolor, clip studio paint, drawing, painting
well, it’s slightly closer to the real thing than the standard tools of CSP, I guess …

June 5th, 2016
Shady Heads

Shady Heads, digital drawing by Ingmar Drewing

May 28th, 2016
Skipping Comic-Salon Erlangen

After some fellow draftsmen declined from visiting Erlangen, I also decided to use the time for colouring and drawing. Sorry, Erlangen – maybe next time.

DevAbo.de #1 coloured, comic, webcomic, graphic novel

May 26th, 2016
Inking / Coloring Test

Inking / colouring test, drawing by Ingmar Drewing, #comic #graphicnovel #webcomic

May 25th, 2016


May 10th, 2016
A Little Bit Of Horror

A little horror drawing by Ingmar Drewing, sketch, drawing, digital

May 9th, 2016

robot sketches

May 3rd, 2016
Gargoyle … well, sort of

Some gargoyle colour sketch.

Gargoyle colour sketch by Ingmar Drewing

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