Tuesday, November 06, 2007

sketchbook #19

A newer drawing, a little heavy on the straight lines. I've gotten into the habit of using my mechanical pencil, but would like to get more drawings using shading and a regular pencil.

15 comments:

Heather said...

your portraits are so in tune with detail. simply gorgeous.

Carlos Rocha said...

Congratulations...It's amazing!

dobby said...

In every your works the most part i love is the lines.amazing!

Guillermo P. Mogorrón said...

It haves strenght in the line, nice one.

Anders said...

perfect as usual, Dave!

the crossing lines on the head reminds me Moebius, early Enki Bilal or Sergio Toppi, if you don't know him, he's a great great master, sorry, it's in french but take a look : http://www.editionsmosquito.com/toppi/

Sam Nielson said...

Great likeness! The mechanical cross-hatching gives it an interesting personality.

Adam Ford said...

Wow! a lot of great stuff recently! I have been missing out. That figure drawing is amazing! Stupid jerk!

pablo bruno said...

amazing!!!!!!!!!

Cindy said...

Beautiful drawing.

Mimi Cortazar said...

Weri professional work :)

Kevin Keele said...

Super duper!...seriously, it's awesome.

Daniel LuVisi said...

Is this supposed to be Ben Kingsley? Friggen awesome style, I love this :)

*Shawna said...

Dave, your art is unbelievably amazing.

Jason Seiler said...

Beautiful work man, just awesome, and PERFECT likeness!

Shawn said...

You know if you want the ease of a mechanical pencil and the usefulness of a regular pencil you should look into using a lead holder. I've been using them for a while now and am totally sold. Plus they don't dig into your thigh when you sit down like the mechanical pencils tend to do.