My name is Stacey Jenkins and I'm a designer, illustrator and professional nerd.

My favourite secondary character from ‘Time Heist’. There’s so many questions I have about Psi’s backstory. Moffat, I need answers! Or a spin-off prequel show…

No? Just me?

I might need convincing on the belt across the chest. Getting there though!

I ran out of red pencil lead on the bus drawing this Branwen. :(

She’s seriously beautiful here though. She more than makes up for it. <3

I’m a bit rusty after not drawing digitally for a while. I need to tweak all my settings again. :(

So far, I’m liking this 15th Century space pirate look with him, but I’ve yet to figure out how he’d carry a futuristic flintlock pistol. Most of the reference I’m finding has them on a belt across the chest…

…And shooting a flintlock from the hip is really dangerous, apparently. </nerd>

Frog's Art Resources   

My fellow arty people!

I’ve been curating a selection of video tutorials and drawing resources to both help myself improve, and potentially you guys too.

Here’s a link to the new page over on my domain, which I hope to keep updated as I find new things! Please let me know if it helps!

An off-model sketch of Ridge from last night. His face is a little skinnier than what I would like, and his eyes are far too big. Ah well…

I like drawing Ridge with gravity -defying hair. It’s like it gave up gravity since Ridge likes to be upside down so much. :)

Wow! Your art is seriously amazing! Your sketches hold such movement in them, I love it!! May I ask where you got your sketchbooks? I've been looking for some that look and work like that, but so far with no luck.

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Awww, thank you lovely person!

I’ve typically use Moleskine sketchbooks. They’re common in a lot of art shops and stationers here in the UK. Some book shops sell them too. My little A6 sketchbook ‘Pip’ is a Moleskine and he’s lovely. The paper is super smooth to draw on.

I will say though that Moleskines can be a little expensive for people starting out. I found ‘Nurock’, my A5 sketchbook, in a local stationers for much cheaper and the paper quality is just as good. He’s a considerably bulkier Nu:elite sketchbook.

I’m a bit of a paper nerd so I like to get sketchbooks with really lovely paper. In fact, I am such a paper nerd I like to get sketchbooks by paper specification. Anything less than 110 gsm and I get grumpy! I’d probably recommend that you have a look for sketchbooks of a similar paper weight, but have an experiment to see what you like drawing on and what works for you.

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