Saturday, October 14, 2006

the good, the bad and the ugly

I thought it might be a good time to go back through my sketchbook and post some images that I haven't shared for various reasons in the past. Hope you enjoy.

what would it be like to be this skinny?

trying to work as graphically as possible

this one is on my desk at school. she doesn't have a name yet. she's very quiet.

edgar's legs and feet...only in reality, edgar's feet aren't bigger than his legs.

a dead leaf I found sitting on pokey's favorite hill

i love fountain drinks.

There are plenty more where these came from. Please stay tuned.

9 comments:

Jana Bouc said...

These are such fun...you are so skilled at such a range of styles.

I was inspired by your recent houseplant drawings to buy one but before I could draw it I nearly did it in. Now it's recuperating and hopefully will be able to model for me once some leaves grow back.

Ester said...

beautiful potted plant drawing. I love those soft colors. It's like the personality seeps through your image, quiet-like. Very nice!

Jeff (trout bum) said...

I cannot wait to see more!

Your linework is fantastic, especially some of the sketches from your other postings

clearmark said...

Bright sense.
I feel it from these.
kuriyama

Tommy Kane said...

these are all great drawings. love them.

wagonized said...

It's a treasure chest -- and it all shows how versatile you are. No matter the size of his feet, i love the sketch of Edgar's legs. And the scotch tape dispenser. Can't wait to see what you post next.

Alicja Fenigsen said...

I got here to late, I can only agree with what everybody's already said: great work, wonderfull variety! Edgar's legs, and the plant are my favorites too, with the tape thing close behind; it feels like there is a lot of passion hidden behind all the beautifull precision: I hope to see more soon. The cold season beginning, there will be lots of time for precision - and feeling,
bon chance!!

PMBC said...

Great sketchbook you have been keeping!

Julie said...

Love the sketches!

> what would it be like
> to be this skinny?

I *was* that skinny once... before I had three kids. Now I'm not. One is much like the other. : )