7.31.2009

One-Hundred Sixty-Seven

15 minutes.

I'm not shirking with these quick sketches, by the way. I'm trying to break an image down to its most basic components and represent as much of that as I can in a small amount of time. I suppose you could raise the argument that I ought now have time for two drawings every day, but... um, don't. Don't raise that argument. That's the kind of thinking that doesn't do anybody any good.

7.30.2009

7.29.2009

7.28.2009

7.27.2009

7.26.2009

7.25.2009

One-Hundred Sixty-Two

35 minutes.
For the record, I'd like to apologize to anyone who shows up in these sketches if I make your face look lumpy or whatever.

7.24.2009

One-Hundred Sixty-One


I made a little movie today instead.

7.23.2009

One-Hundred Sixty

Early bedtime tonight, so only 20 minutes for this one.

7.22.2009

One-Hundred Fifty-Nine

This is my grandmother. Took about 90 minutes (it's hard to stop at 30).

7.21.2009

One-Hundred Fifty-Eight

Fifty minutes or so.

7.20.2009

One-Hundred Fifty-Seven

Another 30-minute study from a photograph. I think I'm going to keep doing these for a while; they're a great way to get practice in with lighting and value.

7.19.2009

7.07.2009

7.02.2009