Ok more drawing in the S&B Epsilon with the plate finish. A couple of hours in a hospital waiting room with twitchy victims!
This one was started with Rotring Art Pen and grey ink but finished with mechanical pencil as the pen wasn't really doing what I wanted.
It's the top of his balding head, bent over, that you can see in case it isn't clear, with the hood of his coat sticking up behind.
I wondered if he was in deep despair but I think he was just dozing - he never moved whereas all the others moved constantly and he smiled broadly when he was called through to the doctor.
The rest were done with mechanical pencil
The gentleman next to me realised that I was sketching but the others didn't realise
These are just quickish sketches of non-posing, ever twitching, looking here there and everywhere models, with the book held close to stop people realising.
I really like the way the mechanical pencil glides over the plate surface. This is a nice book for drawing pencil definitely. This size popped into my handbag neatly (5.5 x 8.5) - with this and a mechanical pencil you've got a good minimalist sketching kit.