Kentucky Fried Movie Original David Weisman Movie Poster Preliminary Study Artwork: This color production original artwork study was done in 1977 for the second movie poster ad campaign of the John Landis film. The large colorfast marker image is drawn on 14 x 24 inch thin white paper and is mounted on 20 x 29 inch black crescent board, hand-lettered logo and some hand-lettered screen credits. Offered with the completed poster painting by John Dearstyne for $1,850
Illusion: Maria Checchia’s illustrations have interesting color combinations and diverse brushstroke techniques. Some of her portraits look like she used pens and thin markers, but it was all done with watercolor. http://illusion.scene360.com/art/36945/expressive-watercolor-portraits/
What you need: White candlestissues paper- we used American Greetings brand!permanent markerswax paperHave you kid(s) color on the tissue paper with the permanent markers. I told my son we were making some special for Grandma and Nana for Mother's Day. I also told him these were special markers and special paper and he couldn't write on his face with them! Be sure to protect your work surface because the markers will leak through the thin tissue paper. After the coloring is done, cut…
Prince - Paisley Park & She’s Always In My Hair, 1985. (45 rpm) *Margo Chase, hand designed the logotype. I remember copying it by hand, with thin marker and realizing I had graphic talent because it came out exactly like the original. I may have that drawing around... eventually entering Design College I met Margo Chase! And one of her collaborators on thee SOTT album art direction and design was one of my design professors! Crazy!
A really great tutorial on metal tooling. This tutorial teaches you how to trace your design onto metal, create detail and shape in your work, and how to cut out your work.
$388.70 - Doodle Of Kids In The Rainbow Tribe. - A diverse group of children gather in the frame of this drawing. A perfect piece to hang in your office, school, or youth center. This affordable artwork was created using sharpie paint markers and a thin micron pen on watercolor paper.
Dual Tip Art Markers - Concept Professional Art Markers - Each end of a Concept Marker features a different tip. One end has a flexible fine tip, for applying details or thin outlines to artwork. The other end contains a chisel-shaped tip, that can draw up to three different line widths depending on the angle it is held. - JerrysArtarama.com