Wow! I put these under a cut since there are so many asks and pictures!
Freehand Moths & Bugs #22. The last set taken from my green spiral sketchbook, since it’s now full.
Pentel pocket brush pen for the most part.
Freehand Moths & Bugs #21. Some of these were done in Texas!
Mostly Pentel pocket brush; a few of the tiny ones were done with the Pilot H.
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Freehand Moths & Bugs #20. I used a red brush pen early in my grieving process to separate what I called “recovery doodles” from my previous work and to remove pressure to perform artistically.
Bonus rough pencils we’ll call #20.5.
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