Here’s some bananas I drew yesterday evening upon arriving for my night-shift. I didn’t eat them, though. They were a little too ripe for my taste.. I’m a bit childish that way.. But I think the drawing turned out well. I’m really fed-up with that night shift.. Maybe I should become a professional banana artist. What do you think a banana-sketch like this is worth? $100 ? $1000 ?
It might just be worth the price of three bananas. I think I’m still waiting a little with the price-tags 😉
On my way home from the night shift I did quick sketch of my keys. I don’t think I’m going to dedicate a post to it, so I’ll just show you here:
I was on my way home in the train, and wanted to kill time drawing something, so I gave it a shot with my keys.. I quickly realized that my eyelids were way too heavy to get anything serious done, so i quickly abandoned that idea..
The bananas was my 438th drawing and the keys the 439th.. Moving closer to the 500!
Now I’m going to draw a cat 🙂
16 thoughts on “Drawing of three bananas in ballpoint pen”
Who knew bananas could look so tempting.
Thanks :).. They’re pretty hard to draw with black ink actually ;).. you can’t really control the subtleties of a little brown dot here and there.. I’m glad you like the drawing!
I do and I like bananas now too. I ate the 3 we had….usually I leave them and hubby eats them. Bet he’s surprised….yes, we have no bananas….hehehe
I’m like you about bananas….they have to be JUST RIGHT before I really enjoy eating them….but your drawing definitely IS “just right”…..I like the keys too – only a super artist can bring keys to life!
Thanks a lot 🙂 A shaky train ride helps a lot in giving them that “live” look 😉 I’m quite happy about the bananas though !
The shading in those bananas is just the right flavour, I mean tone! 😉
Thanks a lot 😉 I’m glad you find them appetizing !
Both drawings are great.
Thanks a lot !
Google my Dad (he was a famous editorial cartoonist), I think you would appreciate his work. His name was Ray Osrin
That’s some really nice illustrative work! Are you drawing too?
wow! those are really nice! it takes talent to make a drawing using a ballpoint pen look good. keep up the good work 🙂
Thanks a lot 🙂 I’m glad you think so!
i really like your still life drawings. bravo.
Thanks a lot 🙂