Thursday, August 13, 2009

Sketchbook #37

My wife just got a new magazine with some good reference for my sketchbook. This is last nights study. I asked Natalie what she thought she said "You always draw things long, don't you." That is wife speak for "It's too long." This version is in fact squished to compensate because it is true I always draw things long, it's possible it is the perspective or it may just be in my head, I may want to get that checked.

18 comments:

Gabriel Olson said...

Long or not, it is an excellent study.

natalie malan said...

sorry! I just thought you should know...

rina said...

haha, wife speak :) I like your drawings very much though.

Rob Rey said...

I think I tend draw things too wide. I haven't gotten any girl friend speak for it yet though.

Great drawing!

Castor said...

wonderful!

Brian said...

Rectangles I find more appealing than boring squares. Perhaps that is the reason you stretch the image.
Nice study by the way.

Dillon Thompson said...

Its the next best thing to ping-pong cake. Don't make me spell it out.

TSL said...

David, I do the same thing, draw things long. I wonder how one "gets that checked out." Let me know, will you? Anyway, love this, reminds me of a Morgan Weistling subject.

Anonymous said...

I draw the same way when sketching. I think it's the perspective of drawing in a sketchbook and not vertically. Wonderful sketch though, your line quality and control are impressive :)

Unknown said...

great one!

Eldar Minibaev said...

Great drawing, I like it very much!

SEILER said...

Wow, really nice . . . some of the best pencil work is on this blog!

Brijesh Rajput said...

Really Nice.

.Matthæus said...

excellent!

Attractive Art Community (Big Sam) said...

super sweet

Abz said...

I love the way you handle the pen/pencil... unique style... love it

Lucky Kid A said...

You have a real talent capturing the soul through the eyes. Nice work.

Anonymous said...

I draw longer too, graphologists would say this is because vanity! :)