Big White Tilted Table

I have a preoccupation with my work desk – it’s like a mini-home, but I just sit there and it has little that would help me survive in any real sense. But it’s comforting to be there surrounded by work you enjoy. Like the office, but almost in reverse. Here’s a shot of me working on the ending few pages of Red Plains (without me in the picture). My sketch book, some straight edges, plenty of marking tools and some ink.

The tools I use on any random page are represented here. The top has the Staedtler lightfast marker I like for ruling out panels, and that’s pretty much it for him. Some Speedball ink – good, but can use with a bit of thickening. Fat eraser. Down left there’s Hunt’s 102 nib, Q #2 series 5L watercolour brush, dark and light blue pencils (as seen in the image), a 2h and 3B pencil. Sometimes I branch out with different things, but I get by with what’s here.

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