So you might have seen a bit of this drawing before. Half of it to be precise. This is the last piece of artwork to be finished for the new ballpoint zine. I'm looking forward to seeing it all printed and assembled. It's quite different product from my previous Molezines so, as yet, I have no idea how it'll turn out.
I'm hoping it'll look pretty cute. I'm quite happy with this spread, anyway. But, to bed now. I've been awake until the wee hours for the last three months. Or at least that's how it feels.
Monday, December 06, 2010
to follow where you are
Posted by andrea joseph's sketchblog at 7:55 PM
Labels: AJ, andrea joseph, ballpoint, ballpoint drawing, ballpoint zine, biro, stilo, zine
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YIPPEE! A new zine! This looks fabulous - going to stick my beak in now :)
love this spread. seems like every time i look at one of these kinds of pages, filled with all these rich little details, i find something new. it's like finding buried treasure ;)
can't wait for the next zine!
Your detailed work is amazing, juicy and fun. Waiting to see the finished zine.
I love all the different handwritings between the various pens. I agree that pen pleasure on the user's preference depends. :o)
Rhyme Me a Smile
Oooh, I can't wait to get the new zine! It looks absolutely fantastic! And it's so much easier turning around a little zine to read all the text (compared to twisting your head in front of the screen :D ), hehe.
As for the pens: I couldn't agree more. I got a really expensive ballpoint from a friend (and I truly love it for it's beautiful shade of blue), but my favorite (at the moment) is still that ugly free merchandise thing (I think I got it from Epcos or Tecon... maybe?)... I wish it won't ever run dry!
Amazing work, Andrea. You are the Bomb with that ball-point pen!! Congrats on finishing another of your wonderful molezines!
just found your site - wow, great work...looking forward to following.
Thank you, folks. I'm so excited about this new zine I juts cannot wait to see it. And, yeah, it'll be much easier to turn around to read all this mad little notes.
Cheers, my dears.
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