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This is just a recap on how I feel about people in general, in the form of four watercolors. Good luck with, um, life!
Usually for my pen drawings I start out with a pencil guideline (to erase later), then ink out the final shape. Well, for a while I’ve loved the look of the final outline with the skeletal guideline underneath, but always erase the guideline. But the other day I had no pencils with me, only pens, […]
I have horrible posture. Never, not ever, do I sit straightforwardly, perpendicular to a chair or couch, or what have you. I decided one day that, in order to work on drawing bodies in different positions, I’d attempt to draw my various preferred poses. So, here’s me on an infinity couch. Notes: these are all […]
Where do the arms go? Lately I’ve noticed a reoccurring problem with me and my drawings. I have no idea where to put the arms. I’ll gave a dynamic and interesting pose otherwise (a curved spine, uneven weight distribution, all that) but the arms don’t really fit into the picture. It’ll look a little like […]
Contrary to popular belief, I sometimes have no purpose to what I do. Here are some examples of purposeless drawings.
I just finished filling up my sketchbook today. Obviously, the last drawing couldn’t be just any old sketch, could it? No! I had to make a time lapse video of my last drawing in this sketchbook, duh. Based off of this idea, the Square Inch Drawing, I created this video; enjoy! Note: I used a […]
Introducing… Some pen and ink drawings of varying levels of quality and finished-ness. I like this one, although the little boy’s face seems wrong, somehow. I’d love some feedback on that. I love this shamefully incomplete drawing, but can’t seem to find the drive to finish it. I think it looks better from far away. […]
Basically, there are two trains of thought (relevant to this post). For now, all this refers to art, specifically my own. Train 1: Do your very best. Get out of your comfort zone. Hone your skills now, while you can. If you do that, you’ll go far, and you’ll be better for it and well […]
Problem: I had a time lapse video of me drawing a curious mermaid, with no way to share it. Solution: I created a YouTube account. (Thanks, Dad!) Product: http://youtu.be/GKO6Ue-4chA