Lisbon. My first experiment in sketching people with only watercolour and no pencil or pen work at all.
latest updates: people
Sarah on the cover.
I finished the Arthouse Co-Op book and will be mailing it off soon.
This is a sketch of my daughter just after mowing the lawn. Her hair was a bit more straight in the photo so I jazzed it up a bit.
I gotta say I am glad to be done with this book. I don’t find drawing people fun or relaxing at all. But I did learn something.
I am not sure why he is so concerned, nor am I sure why he is so blue. Actually I am not sure why I even drew this.
I don’t like this one that much but then again this is a sketchbook right? Practice practice practice…
Hopefully you can recognize who this is. I am finding I am not as bad at portraits as I thought I would be. Who knew? Not me… ha ha.
More practice. I had to take a photo of this one as the scanner sucked at the ebony graphite detail. Horrible in fact.
Quick sketch of another captive at the D.M.V.
But then, nothing is “quick” at the D.M.V.
The centerfold of my current moleskine.
this is my “sketching before the sleep” time’s sketch. i go into my bed and open the radio then sketch at least one page. this is one of them; faces. faber castell pitt and 0,25 0,4 pilot gtech