Sketch Book 2016 is brought to you by lunch breaks at work! In this sketch book we are switching back to traditional pencil and some basic shading. But the lines will be thicker due to the fact that this sketch book is only 5-inches by 8inches. about %30 smaller then sketchbooks which I have had … Read more
These sketches were done in the blue sketch book during 2015. Although some of them were revisited for inking with a Sumi-E pen. a lot of these were sketches out in 2016 this is still what we consider the 2015 book.
Here you will find a lot of random sketches 2015 and some 2014. Overall a somewhat productive year dealing with foreshortening sketches and playing with perspective a little. Overall, many of the sketches were drawn on the fly at various cafe’s that I take lunch breaks at from work.
Introducing my band new book “from 2013” which is simply a black book. I will be throwing a lot of rough drafts of fur and miscellaneous crap into! This time with a lot of blue pencil as well as sumi-ink coming later. The sketches in this book are purely for practice and to show people out there that I am still alive and thinking of art.
Here you will find sketches of my mixed book of 2008. There isn’t a whole lot I did in 2008 but I shall post it anyway for historical purposes. A lot of pencil work with the occasional Sumi-E ink drawings in here as well. This is one of the few times I actually sat down and started to draw more humans as I felt it is something that I should get better at doing. For what it’s worth I posted it for all to see.
Here you will find the archive of my sketches from 2001. There is no significance about a green sketch book except for the fact that it was on sale at the time I purchased it. No matter, here is where you will find a lot of the sketches from the late 2001 era. A lot of this was made when I was going to M.A.T.C. for a while and I had some classes in between and there was a 1 hour delay between classes. so one hour a day for a year, and I filled an entire sketch book. Most of the sketches within this book was either reference sheets or things that I used to play around with my Sumi-E Ink Pen. As a note this is part 2 of 2 of my green book series and if you would like to go back to the first part you may click here.
This collection is the loose paper sketches collection. Basically books that have either been partially destroyed due to binding failure or just drawn on random pages that I have kept over time. Some of them are drawn with rapidographs while others drawn with Sumi-E Ink and pencil.
Here you will find the archive for what is known as the ‘green book’. There is no significance about a green sketchbook except for the fact that it was on sale at the time I purchased it. No matter, here is where you will find a lot of the sketches from the late 2000 era.
A lot of this was made when I was going to M.A.T.C. for a while and I had some classes in between and there was a 1 hour delay between classes. so one hour a day for a year, and I filled an entire sketch book. A lot of the sketches are just random thoughts and projections getting used to inking and all of that fun stuff. This is part 1 of 2 of the green book series and if you would like to go to the next section you may click here.
This is a collection of sketches from my very first black book that I picked up at the MATC university store. The book itself is long since destroyed as the binding was destroyed %80 of the way through of the sketch book. But the individual pages have been scanned and shown here for archival reasons. Beyond that there is no significant purpose behind the black sketch book.
Desidra is a section where art fits one of the following categories.
The art is extremely old and did not have a date on it.
The art was digitally drawn on a amiga 500 with 4mb of ram and a 80mb harddrive. Running Electronic Arts Digi-Paint 3
The art was a sketch but the original was list.
About the primitive coloring.
Many of the art pieces items were done on an Amiga 500. The maximum color palette of about 32 colors.You could go up to 4096 color in HAM-8 mode but it was problematic. During this time the software used was called “Digi-Paint” made by Electronic Arts. Resources were tight at the time. However, learning how to color during that era has taught people a level of restraint that may have been lost with modern painting programs.