Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Itsy bitsy teensy weensy drawings

So recently I've gotten very interested in some experimenting..
Taking myself a little tiny bit out of my normal comfort zone..and some really fun things have come out of it.
I've been trying my hand at making these really small, detailed, line drawings by just using a micron, with no preliminary pencil sketch first.
Most of the microns have been .005 or like .03.
The other new developement has been gouache.
I used to use gouache every once and a while...but basically had a pretty negative experience with it at school. (While I was still in the illustration department...)
But now trying it again in my own time.. I seem to be having more fun with it..
So anyway, here's some new fun drawings!

ps: gouache is used in the paintings that are more opaque, and the ones that are more translucent are watercolor. And if you'd like a more detailed look, click the pictures for a bigger version!)

Yes that's a starbucks cup.
more closeups of tiny drawings...

itsy bitsy drawings

tiny buildings..they're about an inch high.

more small buildings...same size



This is a full page of tiny sketches..

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Here's a super sketch dump for yall.... so sorry I'm so neglectful!
The following skeleton drawings were from a life drawing session.. I know what you're thinking..It's a skeleton..how can it be from life...
Well, this guy, Mister Rousche, makes these awesome monster masks, and posed for us playing his guitar...
So voila..
From life.
Most were done with water color, ink and tria markers!

These are just some random drawings... watercolor, ink

This is the South Street Diner. Watercolor, ink and gouache.