Last night I watercolored some trees!
I’m pleased to be share with you a final photoset of completed sketchbook! Bits and pieces of process have been posted along the way, but something about compiling the best into one place makes it real.
If you see things filed under #sketchbookproject, you can see the progression of the work, as well as some of the, ahem, secret parts I may or may not have hidden from view. Just slightly obsessed, I say, :)
The Arthouse sent me an email confirmation and if you visit the traveling exhibition this summer, you can use this!
Thanks for sending in your project for The Sketchbook Project! We just wanted to let you know that your project has now been cataloged into the Brooklyn Art Library! It can be found on the shelves with a call number of 234.24-6
I’m certainly not proud of every page in the book equally, but there’s a a lesson here somewhere. Ship it, ship it, ship it. Iteration is king. Do it for yourself. Love what you do, do what you love.
Oh hai! Back when I acquired this felty pen in September, I drew this sketch in Bryan Lee O’Malley aka Scott Pilgrim style and colored it with Copics. Added extra texturing on the clothes with Watercolor Pencils.
You can see from my process I don’t bother with pencil and go straight to ink. Is there a grand reason? Well, you could say I’m just aiming to ship more things.
Three set San Francisco sketches! Drawn in Illustrator with the Charcoal Pencil brush, 1 – 4px weights used, minimal amount of 15% opacity shading for the depth.
Pretty pleased. Planning to set myself up to do this a lot more in the future.
P.S. You can Like it on dribbble, ;)
Something about being Lost in Translation with a coffee type drink waiting for the next flight ignites the sketch.
3 sketchbooks and at some point I used a sketchbook to plan another sketchbook.
Also art tools are limited and this post was edited with a phone, hope it doesn’t look too janky. I may also can’t tell cause I slept 2 hours x2 in the last 24 hours…
In the darker hours of life, seek imagination.
Let the rest go.
Make a mess.
And, maybe clean it up afterward. [Not Pictured]