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A brief update: here are the rest of the sketches from my little Object Oriented sketchbook.
My pen began to run dry, so I switched to a new one partway through this batch.
It’s been a few months, and I have fourteen more Object Oriented sketches to show for it.
I found these funky little 3″ x 3″ leather-bound books at Cost Plus World Market a little over a year ago, and decided it’d be just the right size to carry around.
This is a Zelda-themed repaint for my friend Jeremy who has a whole black/white/red setup for his motorcycle & gear.
Darkrooms are the fourth of seven technologies I’ve explored in Prior Art: analog media manipulation and vintage virtual reality.
Much like my first notebook (Object Oriented) I started running out of ink at about the 3/4 mark, right near the end of these.
This one’s another commission from my friend Kevin. Merry Christmas Allie! I worked from an Instagram photo of her two cats before a windowsill.
Fruits, vegetables, and food Folklore and comics Portraits Character expressions Murals Objects Ink and charcoal Sketchbooks
Inktober is done, and here’s the last batch of sketches: this time it’s George, age 76.
For this little black book I wanted a different theme, ideally playing off of another computer science term. Hence: Undefined Variables.
The latest painting in this style & size – these are my husband’s parents Manny and Lena, from (yet another) great photo by Alan.
I wanted to explore some of the positions and expressions people fall into without thinking about it…hence this once, tapping on the phone that’s not there.
It’s been almost a year since I’ve posted on here, a year in which I have tackled a few bigger things (for me) artistically.
I decided I must make an illustration with each post, and came up with a format that got me back into watercolors after a long dry spell (literally).
I sketched this on a tabletop made of pennies suspended in resin.