Friday, November 08, 2013
¡VIVA! LA DEVOLUCIÓN
It's a vintage era propaganda poster from the apocalyptic future.
Sorry for the low res JPG, but a print of this image is available at Society6. Just click the link and it will take you to their site where you can purchase a variety of print sizes of this image. If it does well, I may continue this series and make three different prints available.
Sunday, October 27, 2013
An Oldie, From the Vignali Vaults!
Thursday, October 03, 2013
Another Sketchbook Completed...
Steven Silver and I started the club in August of 2005, and I've been attending ever since. Sure, sometimes we have to move the club to Thursday because of a meeting or something, and sometimes I'm on vacation, but aside from that my sketch club date is non-negotiable. If I have free time, I'm going to the club.
There were times the club dwindled down to me, alone, eating and drawing. But, still I wouldn't miss a week. And then there were times attendance would grow to 18 people. 18 artists packed into a restaurant, laughing, drawing, and sharing their art with each other.
Over the years I've been blessed to have some of the biggest names in the So. California's animation industry sitting and drawing right next to me. Other times I've been surrounded by young, enthusiastic talent -- yearning to stretch their horizons.
As artists came and went from the club, I began to really appreciate each and every one of them. Each artist unique, distinct and honest with themselves -- searching, just like I was, for that voice inside them that speaks without words.
The friendships I've been able to cultivate with this collection of artists has been immeasurable to me. I thought I had been filling pages in my sketchbooks, but I've been filling pages in my life. To all of you who have attended the club over the years, thanks.
Monday, September 23, 2013
Pages From My Latest Fractal Book...
Thursday, September 19, 2013
Coming Soon: FRACTAL METHOD II
These aren't human anatomy books, but rather books describing the method in which I draw. It's a method I developed to hone my design skills. It's a designer's approach to drawing.
This is much more useful for designers than the traditional approach to figure drawing. Painters have their method of drawing, fine artists have their method, now designers have the Fractal Method.
The reason I didn't include anatomy lessons in these books is because I think the study of anatomy should be independent from design. That's why I don't go into a break down of muscles and muscle groups, instead what you get is a concentration of rhythm and movement, the core elements of design.
Monday, September 09, 2013
I'll be at CTN again this year...
2500 Hollywood Way
Burbank, California 91505 USA
I'll have my latest booklet on life drawing with the fractal method. It's a figure drawing system that is specifically tailored to being a designer. I'll also have my usual wares in tow, original artwork and such.