Wednesday, February 17, 2010

in process

I often start with a blue pencil, then just go right on finishing with a blue pencil. I think it looks nice. This one is in process.

12 comments:

Damion009 said...

god damn it man!!! this is awesome!!!

amir said...

wow these drawings are like a treat full of saturated inspiration, thank you!

José María Ojeda said...

wow! good work!

pablo pablo said...

deep glance...

søren bendt said...

great stuff here!

Jose Ramos said...

very nice job , Her ears were more bigger,and you repaired after.
.I like how you do shadows , lights and forms , with just a blue pencil

Jennifer said...

It's like a sculpture. Your lines and the form are so controlled! Want to lend some of that talent my way?

José María Ojeda said...

Who does not speak Japanese today? hehehehe

Wilson J Henry said...

Simply incredible mastery of line and form. Awesome.

Karmo Ruusmaa said...

You da man!

back2basicsguy said...

Why blue pencil?

David Malan said...

Well, I think because you can use ink or pencil over the top and its easier to scan in a drawing then hide the blue lines. If you do the drawing lightly it is a good way to do the rough work before you put down the fine lines. I just never get around to the fine lines.