Comic characters, nature stuff, a bad Cat Stevens, etc. etc. Enjoy! Still playing around with Copic markers, other markers and enamel paint as well. Still unsure where I'm going but the journey's worth the effort.
Started a new sketchbook and am playing around with the notion of strictly using it to do 2x3 scale sketches and line item journal entries. Much of it has been an effort to play around with the mix of Copic Cool and Warm Gray markers in the themes of abstracts, comic characters, Presidents, etc.
If anything is worth developing, I'll take it to a separate sketchbook to elaborate further on the premise.
Finally worked with Catherine and am thankful for the opportunity. She was great! I was able to work out one good portrait "premise" and some biding of time.
Great session with Julia last night. Sadly it may be the last time I get to work with her but I'm thankful for getting the chance to several times.
The drawings are incomplete and I can't say I'm pleased with any of them.
Another great session with David tonight. Can't say I ever got into feeling the drawings the way I desire but not overwhelmingly unhappy with them either.
Wonderful session with Kate at GHC last night! The feel of pencil to paper was comfortable, loose and free which is always a good sign. In fact, I plan to develop the final drawing into a completed piece.
Some drawings from last night's figure drawing session with Jeremiah. Excellent poses and fragments of good drawings.
Drawings from last night's figure sesh with Andrew. We only worked a few poses: a couple 10's, a 25 and finally a 45 broken up in halves. It was fun. Couldn't quite decide between willow charcoal, charcoal pencil and compressed so I just used them all. It was the final two pages of the newsprint so I picked up some frottage elements from the cardboard backing. Interesting...
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Eric was conceived in the silence of a simple hand gesture and born in January of ‘78. He grew up interested in simple doodles of flowers and big trucks, photos of shadows and dark faces and maps, and old men with fake hair. Since, his studies have narrowed to a focus on papier-mache sculpting, acrylic painting and ink drawing. The grounds he works on vary from paper to wood to canvas.