Sketchbook #3: Sketchbook Skool Selfies

Photograph of pencil self portrait drawing

Another Sketchbook Skool homework, and this week’s teacher was Koosje Koene. The homework was to draw a minimum of 7 self portraits (1 a day) in different styles.

Some by looking in a mirror, some (like this one) from a photo and some from imagination. I drew this one in HB pencil on 135gsm cartridge paper, which has a much smoother texture than my watercolour sketchbook.

I’d not drawn in pencil for ages. I generally prefer to use a pen these days but it was interesting to notice how familiar it still feels to sketch with a pencil.


10 thoughts on “Sketchbook #3: Sketchbook Skool Selfies

  1. Joy @ Joyfully Green Reply

    Very nice! Thanks for reminding me about Sketchbook Skool–such a great concept!

    1. Cathryn Worrell Reply

      It does work really well Joy and is really popular.

  2. Dale Reply

    I like this very much! You truly seem to be enjoying yourself – and it’s great of you to share with us!

    1. Cathryn Worrell Reply

      Thanks Dale and you’re right, I am enjoying it. Glad you like what I’m sharing :).

  3. hayley-eszti Reply

    Great stuff! I really wish I could draw, do stickmen count?

    1. Cathryn Worrell Reply

      Of course stick men count – also, who says you can’t draw?? 🙂

  4. Peter Bryenton Reply

    Good work. By the way, your hand-drawn social media icons look attractive on your web page.
    Cheers
    Peter

    1. Cathryn Worrell Reply

      Thanks Peter, I appreciate your encouragement and feedback.

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