Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Observational + Cafe Sketches

Cafe and observational sketching is a lot of fun, and is very useful in understanding drawing both interpretively and technical - even in gestural form. It's something I do from time to time, but my sketchbook is mostly filled with rough sketches for bigger assignments. So, here are some of the ones I am proud of.

Some of my classmates:
 Takehiro Nishikawa (http://tn-portfolio.blogspot.com/)
Jason K
Jason Reicher (http://jasonreicher.blogspot.com/)
Hallie Willson (http://halliewilson.blogspot.com/)
Leon Alexander

Check these guys out.

On the upper right, you can see a huge tally. That represents the number of time my Contemporary Literature teacher says "RIGHT". In this count with a 1 hour lecture by him, it was 160 times. I shit you not.

So here you see again my literature teacher and my classmates:
Zach Nock
Taylor Price (http://taylor-price.blogspot.com/)
Jacob Streilein (http://jcstryline.blogspot.com/)

And so yeah... went down to the little area down the street and sat in Starbucks. Drew with Taylor. Ate Subway. Watch south park. What a way to spend a few days of thanks giving weekends.

1 comment:

  1. Hello, what medium do u use when draw from observation like this?