It’s a Oldie! About the second after I finished this page of sketches I received a phone call telling me the project went kaput. So that was that. I think I was on to something here, but, alas . . . . . Another rendering from this went nowhere. Below is a rendering for a… Continue reading From the Sketchbook(12)
Some rendering possibilities for sign for a business I have done some work for in the past So this is one idea above and then I thought about drawing another idea, this one mostly for myself. Looking at this as I am writing . . . doesn’t that look like a wishing well? Sorta, it’s… Continue reading Sign, Sign, Everywhere’s a Sign
After the previous post on Eyvind Earle I caught myself thinking about his marvelous use of putting colors together to create really magical scenes, and the next thing I know is I’m attempting(attempting) to do the same thing while watching the Cav’s game tonight. This is in a Windsor~Newton all-purpose sketchbook using Copic markers. Added… Continue reading From the Sketchbook(11)
Here’s 2 pages from the 2008 CENTS Show. It’s a lecture on stone by Gordon Hayward. A lot of his talk was showing work by Dan Snow and other stone masons/jobs/art peices up in the New England area. Whenever a image popped up that I really liked I started sketching as fast as possible and… Continue reading Another Moleskine Page
This was drawn right on site. I was interested in getting down my initial thought for the driveway and possible parking spots. The reason for all the squares for the paving is that I was either stuck on something, or I just kept drawing squares as I was daydreaming about the project. I’ve noticed that… Continue reading From the Sketchbook (9)
Really having some fun drawing some type of crazy thing. Sitting out back drinking my morning coffee.