That's a funny expression. You nailed that guy.
I really like the tactile feel of this. so much stuff is digital now, or digital dressed up as real media, that it's nice to see styled stuff in traditional media. That aside, it's a great image in and of itself. who can help getting covered in paint?
Awesome! I've really taken to observational drawing lately and I must say yours are such an inspiration. Love to see how you play with shapes and color. Great stuff!!!PS hope you are feeling better!
Cool sketch! That's my usual expression too, so I can relate. -__-
this is GREAT! love the colors and the shapes :)
Oh gorgeous, gorgeous! I'm so glad you're back to sketching again. He does look as if he's not too happy about all that white paint...
very nice expression...
the STARE and so well captured:) lovely design and drawing:) and thanks a ton for waking me up virtually ;)
oh man..fantastic expression
Fantastic!! is this marker? looks like watercolor
oh man.. the simplicity or should I say efficiency of the strokes on his shirt are just.. WOW - of course the face is just as priceless too! inspiring as always :D Look forward for more.
Thanks Ted, Justin, C.Deboda, Tukan, Craig,Erika, I agree. For me there's something instinctual about tangible media. Trevor, Charles, that's what I've been focusing on. Less on caricature, and more on the simplicity of the shapes.Shuku, yes, it's part of my rehabilitation! Abhishek, I'm glad I woke you up. Your work is so amazing, if I'm waking you up, you're super-charging me with 210 volts of electricity!Marcos, yes, it's water color on a manilla folder I cut up.
Love his expression!!
I love this treatment--makes me wanna bust out the ole watercolors.
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