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September 16th, 2008 #1
Rob Rey Sketchbook
Hey Everyone, I've been keeping a sketchbook blog for about a year and a half, but I know everyone has their own preferences on how they receive information these days. So I thought it would be a good idea to keep a sketchbook here too. I'll post here parallel to my blog.
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September 23rd, 2008 #3
New Painting! Ladies in a pie... children's nursery ryme or fiendish fantasy?
I was thinking of titling this 'Four and Twenty'
Here are some detail shots
I had the girls and the pie drawn from the beginning but I had some trouble figuring out what the background was going to be. I eventually decided on the branches because of how they bring out the nest like feeling of the pie, multiplying the different meanings and associations that the viewer can pull out of this.
I should mention since I just started this sketchbook here, if you want to go back further than what is here, there is a whole year and a half of previous sketches and such to look through on my blog.
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September 23rd, 2008 #5
I´m thrilled you´ve started a sketchbook! You´re one of my favourite artists ^^. I think your colours in particular are amazing. "Pie" blows me away. Wow, such wonderful use of blues, yellows reds and so on ^^ I´m looking forward to seeing more! 5 stars obviously.
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Ladies in the pie - what a lovely piece
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Wow - amazing work! Your paintings are phenomenal! Ladies in the Pie is stellar. And your sketches from the coffee shop are also beautiful. They have such wonderful line quality. Subscribed. Please keep these coming.
September 23rd, 2008 #12
Wow, your paintings are beautiful! And I like the cleanliness of your sketches. I'm excited to see more!
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great oils, i'm excited to watch this continue
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September 23rd, 2008 #16
Very nice work, i really like all of it. thanks for posting it.
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September 23rd, 2008 #17
chicks in a pie rules man, keep postin man i gotta get my fix.
September 23rd, 2008 #18
Wow, dude, very amazing, I love the oils and your really amazing with life drawing, iam still trying to figure it out, how long does it usually take it to do a quick gesture.
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JesArt Sketchbook, go have a gander..
September 24th, 2008 #19
lovely use of value and color in your paintings... you capture a lot of character in those drawings...
September 24th, 2008 #20
amazing sb. i love your pencils, you seem to depict the people you draw very well. (the first pencil sketch from the coffee shop looks like seth rogen...just thought i would point that out). i also really like the painterly feel of your paintings. can't wait to see more so keep on posting.
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September 30th, 2008 #21
Hey, wow, thanks for all the compliments and feedback everyone!
kaktuzlime - Thank you, I'm quite flattered to be among anyone's favorites!
JesArt - I don't time myself or anything so it's hard to say. I just draw and have fun with a sketch until it's done, I guess a rough estimate would be anywhere from 1-15 minutes per sketch.
Here's some more...
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October 9th, 2008 #28
Thanks again everyone for the praise.
TASmith - I'm not exactly sure how fast I get my proportions in. Sometimes I don't even do it first, though I probably always should. Proportions are pretty quick though, and really, I guess my drawings come out best when I have proportions in mind at all times, not just when I start.
But wait! There's more...
The legs below belong to the girl above, I just ran out of paper, but I still wanted to draw her shoes for some reason.
October 13th, 2008 #29
love your sketchbook, it's really interesting that they're all from a coffee shop too, the same place? you could really create some stories or scenarios with the different expressions you've captured..
October 15th, 2008 #30
That's some cool stuff. Love the ladies in the pie. If it tastes good don't tell me what I'm eating.
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