My first sketch crawl on Sept. 19th, 2009. A small group of us got together and drew in Katonah NY. The weather was beautiful….the day perfect with paper, pen and friends…
latest updates: pen and ink
The letter “O” in the Alphabet Series in a Moleskine Sketchbook. Pen and ink, Tombow red marker and a silver pen. The “O” on the right side has a cut out in the center which forms the letter “P” on the reverse side. http://www.journalingarts.wordpress.com
Boomer’s is a nice little coffee shop in Upland, California, where I found myself with some time to kill while my wife attended a bridal shower.
More sketches at http://dodgemedlin.com/sketches/mainandchestnut.html
Magazine rack in the office, full of months-old editions, despite what the signs say. My first sketch with a Copic Multiliner my wife gave me. Very nice pen.
“Signs of Life”… pen and ink, colored pencil, and watercolors. An exploration of shapes and colors with a genesis type theme.
In-line images. Waiting in line for Web class to start, San Diego; February 2009
First page of a brand-new Moleskine.
I’m getting better at drawing faces, even if I did draw the mouth of the woman on the right too deep, making her look a bit like Jack Nicholson’s Joker. Sorry, ma’am, but a few months ago you would have looked more like a “Simpsons” character. Trust me, this is better.
An ink sketch I made in the parking lot while waiting for a community college class to start in San Diego
Just a bottle, it is made with a dip pen, colors with the computer.
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This is Washington Post institution Ben Bradlee, drawn with a Faber-Castell pen from the cover photo of his book, “A Good Life.” Break time ended before I finished, but I kinda like it this way. I’m oddly pleased with the teeth.
The upper left-hand corner of the page was chewed by my dog some time ago.
For what it’s worth, this is my first contribution here.