Nov 28, 2007

Waiting at the car service


people react differently when you draw them - some are ok, with some you have to switch ti drawing their shoes right away...

;)

Nov 19, 2007

Nov 18, 2007

trying new pen


What are your most common doodling subjects? What appears in your sketchbook when you get a new pen?
Crazy monsters? People? Your feet? Your pens? Stack of books on your table Lunch (or other meal)?
Let me know!

Nov 14, 2007

My News Digest and Flowers


I've been working on getting more sketching in my day and also on developing a warming-up daily routine - you know - to get some rough lines out of your system before you start working on main things? So while re-visiting Danny Gregory's CREATIVE LICENSE, THE: GIVING YOURSELF PERMISSION TO BE THE ARTIST YOU TRULY ARE I found a passage about Tommy Kane who starts his day by making one drawing about news he reads in new york times.
I read a few online newspapers - so why not make my news digestion more creative and productive time? And I am giving it a try for a while. Actually I started over a month ago - I am just a little behind on posts here :)


And here are some occupants of my patio :)

Nov 13, 2007

Trees


Pentel Brush Pen above and Pilot V5 below - I never used it before and having fun now trying different marks for shading :)

Nov 7, 2007

Illustration Friday: Hats

I was hoping to get to the hat party in the nearby elementary school today but it did not happen - so here is another hat for you - it's a brand new addition to little guy's wardrobe :)

Sketches with color (red ;) pencil - trying to add more color to my daily sketches and not sure it really is working - but in this case it wasn't bad I think ;)

Nov 2, 2007

Illustration Friday: Trick or Treat



I am a little late with the IF post this week but want to share these Halloween monsters anyway.

Which one is the scariest?

Nov 1, 2007

In preparation for the Cat Book


I am working on a book - it's about a cat ;) And here is one of the sketches that has a chance to make it to the cover...

Sketchbook #109: Treasures