First up, a brush pen. The uptight and grumpy inner critic growled. "What up slacker? Brush pen?! You've barely used the thing - can't try something new. It will take forEVER to be any good. QUIT!" It's obvious the artist was on edge here. Too tight, too rushed, too eh. I did warn that some of these could be kind of awful, so, yeah. Since I am a novice with the brush pen, we shall call it a warm up page.
Continuing on with the brush pen, but with looser strokes and more focused on the task this time, even though I was simultaneously watching a Bronco game. Fortunately they were doing quite well and not a close game, otherwise there would be no cat to sketch.
More Milo, now with my favorite Zebra F301. I obviously put off sketching until feline paralysis kicked in. (Also known as cat-on-lap syndrome.) It's a nice treat to get more than the usual butt, back, & ears pose.
As I finished typing this, Milo returned to "his" lap. I am trapped. I'd take a photo to show you, but there are too many "Look at my goofy cat on my lap" pics on my phone. See drawings above and right. Since I can't get up, I guess it's nap time... or I could draw... the cat... again.
He's snoring now. Supper may be late,