Hellllooooo Write It Wednesday!!
One more day til Thanksgiving Day and two more days til the Official day of Black Friday. Every one traveling, safe travels. Since it’s “Write It Wednesday” I decided I would do cute drawings for Thanksgiving. Let’s get started with Gobble Gobble…
- Canson Marker Paper
- Tombow Dual Brush Pen #879
- Sharpie Pens
To start off, I wrote out ‘turkey day’ in Tombow’s Dual Bush Pen #879. This one was fairly easy to ‘see’ the images of Thanksgiving. As you can see I turned the loop in the ‘r’ into a ‘corn on the cob.’ I did this the say to the ‘e’ and the loop in the ‘d.’ To make the ‘corn on the cob’ I used a yellow fine tip sharpie pen to make the ‘kernel’ and then a green fine tip sharpie pen for the ‘husk leaf.’
For the loop in the ‘k’ I made a leaf. Carefully, I drew a straight line down the middle and then added diagonal lines on each side. On top of the ‘d’ I have a pilgrims hat, where I drew a rectangle up with two lines in a and a small square in the middle, and then added a half circle around it in a black fine tip sharpie. Then colored in the space between the two lines on both sides of the small square with a yellow fine tip sharpie. Lastly, for the ‘a’ I have a pumpkin. It was made with an orange fine tip sharpie with the steam being drawn with the fine tip end of Tombow’s Dual Bush Pen.
Again, I wrote ‘gobble gobble’ in Tombow’s Dual Brush Pen #879. This one was a little more difficult to ‘see’ the images. To start I made the pilgrims hat on both ‘g”s. Then I also turned the steams of the ‘b”s and ‘l”s into leaves; while turning the ‘circle’ part of the ‘b”s into pumpkins and the ‘e”s into ‘corn on the cobs.’
The tricky part was I wanted to draw a turkey and finally settled with making the ‘o”s into one. I used a black fine tip sharpie pen for the eyes, a yellow fine tip sharpie pen for the beak, and a dark purplish fine tip sharpie pen for the wattle and two orange shades of a fine tip sharpie pen for the feathers and feet. The feathers and the feet were actually what I had a bit trouble with, but finally got them as even as I thought I would get them at the time. I used one orange for the feathers and the other orange to make the diagonal lines in every other one and the feet.
There you go, cute and fairly simple brush calligraphy with fine tip sharpie pens Thanksgiving ‘word images.’ Hope you enjoyed!
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