Tuesday, August 07, 2007

processing thoughts

Not quite sure how to explain this one...

6 comments:

lynne said...

I am thoroughly fascinated with your thought/drawing process... and I love posts like this one that help to explain it. Seriously -- I learn so much from you! I am also enamoured with your ability to take whatever is around you, and really SEE it. Last night I was totally wired from a day full of work-related stuff, and I thought to myself, "Ok, I'll wind down a bit by doing something in my sketchbook." But then I was convinced there was nothing in the house worthy of drawing. Oh to be able to always see the world with fresh eyes! Thank you for these kinds of posts -- really, just adore them!

Sometimes I think you should write a book -- just all about your drawing process. It would be a best seller on my list!

ApOgEE said...

Just found this blog today. Nice sketches you have here! Added link to this blog on my Art Of ApOgEE blog... ;D

CrumpledPaperbirds said...

This is a fun drawing:)

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

brilliant!

Anthony said...

Beautiful sketches. I disagree about the line thickness. It's gutsy, positive! Actually these sketches remind me of Alex Toth's wonderful fat-lined sketches. The commentary you put in the drawings are always fascinating to me, too.

Arty Velarde said...

This sketch looks pretty darn cool to me! Nice work ..as always