This weeks post brings to the table turtle power! In other words, not a whole lot going on here because it took me a while to do each sketch. One of these days I will get the idea of a sketch in my head instead of making a drawing all the time 😉
Stuff from around the house and some mouse friends!
Sketching out and about. Also, how to mess up the planes on a face! (YAY)
Been slowly working on other stuff as well…but instead of posting it here right now, I will wait till there is a bit more significant progress to be made.
Some time spent on drawings from the flower show, a friends house plant, and plants at home here:
Then a mish-mash of sketch group and solo “urbany” sketching:
And finally another small update on the painting I have been working on since FOREVER!
This weeks update goes slightly into the past with some roughing in of some more elements from a painting I have been working on for a while now (just getting back to it).
Next up is a quickie from book 3 – life drawing and still life type stuff.
Finally, a redesign sketch of one of my sons dragons that he created (he asked me to do it…honest).
This week brings a new flavor to the table in the form of a non-Moleskine sketchbook. YAY! Have a few pages in the works, but only two pages currently that I can put up as being “finished.” That and a quick revisit to another older digital sketch I did with SB PRO.
This weeks CASK meetup.
So I finally have finished my second moleskin sketchbook. Now I have to go out and buy another 3 pack…darn! 🙂
As I finish up my second moleskin sketchbook (which is filled with all sorts of whackyness) I decided to do some symmetrical drawing a la digital this past week.
Music drives a large part of my work. In fact I wouldn’t be adverse to doing album covers sometime in the near future. The following piece was a quick drawing from the new Fleshgod Apocalypse album King. If you have never heard of them, and are a metal fan, you owe it to yourself to delve into their stuff. King helped to shape this:
So this has been a long time coming, and I believe it has been worth it. I finally have finished my first moleskin sketchbook from 2013. And the following is the progress that I have made since its beginning.