This last week I was able to get two more portraits finished, plus a third one is mostly done. But I'll share that one next week. Portrait 7 is of an old college friend who is more than happy with a crazy pose. Of course this was exceedingly fun as a result. Yaaaar! Portrait 8... Continue Reading →
Tonight I continued my life drawing onslaught with my weapon of choice: a cheap bic pen! We drew six gesture drawings to choose our long pose for the rest of the night: And then for the long haul I went with a ball point pen base, highlights with a conté pencil and finished up with a... Continue Reading →
Drawing the human face is hard. It's hard, not just because of the intricacies of the facial features, but also our own ability to see if something isn't quite right. So I decided to embark on an artistic journey, creating 99 portraits to help me understand the face better and to develop my own styles... Continue Reading →
Another Friday, another life drawing at Jankura Artspace! This time we had a young, male model. My gesture drawings weren't strong, but can't win them every day. Friday nights is a long pose night, but we had a double tie in voting for which pose to do. We decided to do two poses instead. Since... Continue Reading →
I often go to the life drawing sessions at Jankura Artspace on Friday nights. These are long pose sessions. This night I worked on three different drawings. I've been working with ball point pen, brush pen, colored Fineliner marker and white colored pencil. I got a new brush pen, but I think the tip is... Continue Reading →
Let me share a small fragment of my life, framed from a shot of a bookshelf in my study. The drawing is a crosshatch job I did based on a Korean actor playing King Lear. This particular piece got displayed at an exhibit in Jeonju, Korea. Next to it is a gift I received from... Continue Reading →
So, I was originally going to post this more than a year ago, but it got lost in the draft section. This was originally a piece in the exhibit "Low Technology" Behold! A precursor to a dystopian world of image over substance. Before the machines can hack directly into our neural pathways, old-school techniques... Continue Reading →
Crosshatching takes a lot of time! Enjoy the progress shots below! If you want to see other work as its being made, follow me on Instagram or Facebook! Keep Arting my friends!