Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Sketch dump with fancy costume and tricky paper.

Been moving towns, and finishing projects and a myriad of other time-sucking things that keep me from my sketchbook. On the plus side I've been refocusing on more observational work and figure drawing. (See the racy nudey stuff on DAS )
I also had the opportunity to draw some dope burlesque models at an event my buddy, Frank Stockton (people have heard him for some reason), knew about.
He even did a lil ditty in my book. I think he dug my brushpen.

And here are some more straightforward sketchbook pages of my girlfriend's pitbull, and my family. Both enjoy spending time on the floor.

I spent some time playing with Yupo paper again. Still one of the strangest surfaces to paint on. I used the ugliest model I could find at 4am to do some lighting studies in watercolor.

Lastly, I had the chance to speak to a kindergarten class about drawing animals. After the talk, I did some requests out of my head of the more popular animals. You may notice the chimp looks a bit exasperated... possibly similar to how I looked when the whole class requested I draw a tiger out of my head.
...Then I requested some of my own.
Thanks for reading,


Scott said...

The last ones are the best. Squiggle feet FTW.

LOOKA said...

Oh man, you gotta love this Blog.
The process work and the photos totally crack me up with goodness.

Glad you chose to give some extras to DAS!


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Eric Braddock said...

Awesome sketches, man! I really love how experimental you get with them.

Scott Altmann said...

these are rad! I actually picked up that brush pen you let me play around with at SDCC. Unfortunately my results aren't as good as yours...

Kickass stuff man :)

mocku said...

Those kid drawings are great. Tell Lord B she should make a book.

Also, nice thong blog.

Lesley Vamos said...

Fantastic sketches - so loose and expressive!

Kenny Callicutt said...

Beautiful drawings there scott.

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