Thursday, June 21, 2007

Resurrection


Well, I'm back. Sorry for being away. It wasn't supposed to last this long.

I've begun one of those Moleskine Sketchbooks. In it I'll be drawing stuff that I stand in front of, draw and then transmogrify. I think that it'll be a nice way to learn by drawing from life and then to still exercise my imagination. The plan is to do it all in ballpoint pen. This was done across two pages but, for some crazy perceived need, I removed the gap from the two sides.

I did one for my Gnemo blog too, exact same approach: Gnemo's Sketchbook.

8 Comments:

Blogger Brothergrimm said...

Helluva good idea! I like the use of the ball point pen, too. There are still those out there that don't realize good art can be produce from any medium.
I obviously love the tombstones--very well structure and solid-looking, but I also dig the be-hooved chick. A little creepy, but that adds to the cool.

6:39 PM  
Blogger Hattermad said...

purdy durn cool!

Which moleskine are you using? The reg one has yellowish pages, or did you just get rid of that to post the pic? The watercolour one has white paper, I find to be ok, for w/c but great for sketching...the biggie or the pocket ones are great though...

Dig that chickie in the tree!!

11:15 PM  
Blogger Ron Morrison said...

Glad you're back in action. Its good to see the drawings happening again. A presence behind/in the blog.

8:11 AM  
Blogger Pensol Drawsikov said...

Holy Ghost of Rasputin, drawer of nekid she creatures in trees is not gone from existence. Much releef to hole family. I askit wife, where is KIdd? She say, who cares? Okay maybe not hole family but I was worry.

11:11 AM  
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9:41 PM  
Blogger Stefan Nuetzel said...

Hi Tom, what a wonderful drawing with a fine ironic mood in it.

4:33 AM  
Blogger cinderelly said...

glad you are back! very impressive... in ink pen! i have to erase too much.

12:34 PM  
Anonymous Viagra Online said...

What a perfect drawing I'd like to taking some courses in oredr to create something like that, because the combination of sceneries is so perfect.

1:36 PM  

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