I know everyone is just DYING to know where yesterday and today's drawings are. Unfortunately I haven't had access to my scanner, therefore I have not been able to share the goods with you fine people. But rest assured, I not only have been keeping up with the daily drawings but I will have them posted within the next day or two.
This may become a regular occurrence on the weekends. Drawings from Fri-Sun will most likely be posted Sundays or Mondays.
Thursday, January 28, 2010
My sister and I have plans to write and illustrate a children's book (and wear pantsuits when we become rich and famous, but that's dreamin big). I probably should never have announced that we are trying to do that, because now we never will :) Anyway, a lot of these drawings may be thumbnails for that. So if you see a fro-like little boy like the one here, it is probably the main character of our book.
Here's a few drawings I did for my Drawing 1 class with Julian Williams during my first year at Columbia.These were for a fabric and reflective object series. I found reflective objects surprisingly hard to draw.
Here are a few I did the other night at a figure drawing class held by Jeffrey Baumgartner and Diann Squiers in the Flat Iron Building. It was really nice to do something outside of Columbia that was drawing-related. We had a nude model for the class and a lot of the sketches are unfinished (they were timed poses and I draw slooooow). My apologies for a missing head, hand, foot, etc.
These here are my Terminator series (all 3 of them). I'd still love to add to it. I had plans to do Oprah, a storm trooper, Harry Potter and more. But these little babies take me HOURS to do and lots of patience. Sooo...yeah...don't count on it.
Here are a few randoms...the first one is supposed to be James Dean, not Heath Ledger in Brokeback Mountain. Ah hell, call it what you want.