Posts Tagged ‘ink’

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New Drawing: Coke and Pizza

June 17, 2019
drawing of man sitting on sofa drinking Coke

Here’s another ink drawing of my friend, Bob; this time drinking a Coke and eating pizza. We were watching the NBA finals. Well, he was. I couldn’t talk him into taking off his shades. It’s about 11 x 14″.

I started with a light grey outline sketch using a Prismacolor layout marker, and then added most of the details on his figure with a water brush filled with thin Sumi ink. I took a photo of the couch so I could finish that up later.

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New Drawing: Bob’s Favorite Chair

June 12, 2019
drawing of man sitting in a chair smoking

This is a new ink drawing of my buddy, Bob, relaxing in his favorite chair watching TV while I sketch him. The paper size is about 12 inches square.

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New Drawing: Terri Reads a Letter

June 2, 2019

Here’s a new drawing in ink of my friend, Terri, reading a letter in bed. It was originally only going to be a quick sketch, but I got caught up in the shading and couldn’t stop. Size is @ 11 x 14″

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Sketches: People at the Library

March 17, 2019

Well, I’m still alive. I’ve been struggling with the library mural concept I mentioned last time. Nothing solid is formulating as yet, so I decided to spend time at the library itself, just drawing people, and see what might come from that. Here are a few of the better sketches.

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Some New Random Sketches

November 20, 2018

These are four random sketches I made over the last weekend. Some were made at the library, and one in my friend Sam’s bedroom.

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New Sketch: Curtis on Guitar

July 28, 2018

Apologies for being away for so long. I had to work on a project to get some spending money. Now it’s time to get back into some art making, so often not the same thing, unfortunately.

Here’s a sketch I made up recently of my friend Curtis from a frame of video I shot of him playing some Blues, ink on 11 x 17″ paper.

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New Sketch: Cathy on a Barstool

July 9, 2018

This is a sketch from yesterday of my friend, Cathy, scanning through an art supply catalog. She’s a sculptor. I drew her arms first so she could continue to flip through the magazine while I drew the rest of her. She appreciated that, I think.