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    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    Hello, I have been watching these daily sketchbooks for awhile, and inspired mostly by mindcandyman's insane consistancy, I decided I should make one of these for my new adventures at Watts Atelier in Encinitas CA. I know there are a lot of other Watts students on here with sketchbooks, my work doesnt even compare to theirs yet, but I hope that this will help me see my progress.

    Today was my first day at Watts, I got home about 2 hours ago (long drive home). Thought I would take some pictures of all the work I did today and post it up.

    Monday: Hands Feet and Drapery with Erik Gist

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    The first class of the day, I arrived well over an hour early after horribly misjudging the amount of time it would take me to get down there...(i forgot how few people would be going into work today), but luckily Erik was there pretty early too and I got to bug him for awhile before the class started.

    Just sketches from the skeleton and the cast hand. Also Erik drew part of a skeletal finger on the sheet in the middle (the not messy one)..and that little guy in the center.

    Monday: Figure drawing with Erik Gist and Mark Hill

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    5 Minute sketches to warm up.

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    Then the drawing we did for the rest of the class after the demos. Erik helped me make some big corrections...I had her not leaning anywhere near enough in the begining.

    Monday: Head Drawing with Erik Gist and Mark Hill

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    Haha, these are kind of embarrassing...but I have decided to post everything that I do. So get used to it.

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    I am fairly proud of this. It actualy looked better at one point. But I 'finished' a little early and kept trying to improve it..but only made it look worse and worse. Thems the breaks. I have a lot to learn about using the charcoal, today was my first time ever using it...and it sure is hard for me to keep it clean. Though that is kind of how I am with most mediums. Hopefully that will change.

    Overall I had a really great first day. I got to meet dzu who happened to be in my hands feet and drapery class...though I didnt find out who he was until after the class when I saw him in the art store nearby. He was all helpful with the locating..of the razor blades. And though the drive down there was long, and the drive back up was long, and it cost me a fortune on gas...it was well beyond well worth it. Ahhh, I am tired. If anyone is interested the next update will probably be on Saturday or Sunday since thats when my next classes are. Maybe I will upload some digital stuff..or some other charcoal stuff I do during the week for practice. I am still deciding whether or not I want this Daily Sketchbook to be specific to the work I do at Watts or just my work in general.

    Ahhh..night!

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    cool man, good work. I'll be starting at Watts next quarter? Do they call them quarters? well, whenever the late Sept early Oct session starts, that'll be my beginnings there. I'm sure I'll be seeing you around. Best of luck with your studies, I'll be checking in!

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    I think they call them sessions. Though I heard a lot of people saying semesters yesterday. It will be awesome to see you there, I still remember your face from the workshop. I was that hairy guy with the yellow hat. Though I have shaved and cut my hair now.

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    Alright here is my work from Saturday 7-10-04

    Figure Drawing Class with Erik Gist:

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)
    Ahh ok these are horrible.

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    20 minutes. Didnt even come close to finishing...might edit out the really unfinished at all images later...but for now I want to post everything that I do there. So you can see the good and the bad.

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)
    20 minutes. Also not spectacular.

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)
    20 minutes. Improving slightly.


    Figure Drawing class with Ron Lemen:

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)
    Much better than my last set of quick sketches but still pretty bad.

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)
    20 minutes. Ahh at least the proportions are good.

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)
    20 minutes. Ok this, I had some help on..in the ...uhh breast area. Thank you Mr. Lemen on clarifying exactly how to handle that smoothly.

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)
    20 minutes. I actualy like this one best because I think it had the most potential. But ahh I barely got anywhere on it.

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)
    20 minutes. We might as well finish it off with something not so good.

    That is all of the work from Saturday. I will post the work from today (Monday) next.

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    Monday 7-12-04

    Hands Feet and Drapery with Erik Gist:

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)
    I did have some help with the hand in the upper right. I was using too many rounded edges and not enough straights, Erik really helped me a lot. The bottom two hands belong to Dzu (on the left) and Erik (on the right)...they were kind enough to model their beautiful hands. You can click here to see a larger version.

    Figure Drawing with Erik Gist and Mark Hill:

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)
    I am begining to think quick sketches are my biggest weakness right now.

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)
    This we worked on for the rest of the class. I should have taken it to a further level of completion but I was so scared to lay in value for so long that I delayed and didnt get it to where I wanted it. You can click here for a larger version.

    Head Drawing with Erik Gist and Mark Hill:

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)
    More terrible quick sketches.

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)
    And the portrait we worked on for the rest of the period. against I didnt take it to where I should have. But I started getting frustrated and destroying it like I did with the portrait in that class a week before. You can click here to see a larger version.

    Thats it for tonight. Any thoughts or feedback is appreciated. Thanks!

    -Ryan

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    how satisfied are you with Watts so far? studies lookin good, lookin forward to see where you go in the next few months.

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    Watts is awesome. Best school I have ever been to for anything. I have learned so much in just 3 days that it's crazy.

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    Good stuff grinn. Cool that you could make it to the school. Some things I'd say to keep in mind when taking classes at Watts is try and stay light with the drawing, everyone gets heavy handed at first especially when learning all this new material but by learning to go light and build things up slowly it will benefit you all the more in the long run.

    Proportions are getting stronger in your poses, I'd say to try and pick a focus for this term. Like maybe proportions and lay-ins. Value is very important but try not to get too caught up in the beginning with every little value up there. If you do get to value remember to squint your eyes and look for the big graphic light and dark shape. Then as you get more comfortable, we will start to chip away at that big graphic shape to find halftones and plane changes.

    Always think simple shapes. The head is whistle shape, the arm is a cylinder, the torso is a tube. Keeping these simple shapes in mind, they will help you get proportions and the figure down without worrying too much about every little bump and undulation. Once you start to get a better grasp of anatomy then that's when to start pushing what you know oin the drawing.

    Also, quick sketches are a bitch. You hate them at first, but later on when you find your groove you'll start to like it more. An acquired taste in a way.

    Keep going and keep posting these, its great to see progress. See ya in class sometime.

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    Alright, well I havent had a whole lot of time to update lately (...too busy being lazy) and to save energy and time I am not going to post most of the work anymore..just some select stuff from my classes so you can see some progress.

    Starting with some feet studies:

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    Some drapery studies.

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    Some figure drawings

    click to see larger version
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)


    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    click to see larger version
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)


    Alright, I got help obviously on some of this work, I dont have time or the memory to say exactly where I got help. But I will say the spiral fold on the first drapery studies is entirely Erik Gist's work. And looking back over the drawings just posted..I should definately note that Lucas Graciano helped me clean up the face in the first of the figure drawings.

    Let me know what you guys think.

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    Great job! I can see a huge difference between when you first started and your last update. In your opinion, what helped you the most this past semester? Are you coming back next semester and if so, what classes are you going to take?

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    Thank you Dzu. I mostly just kept trying to replicate the way Erik was producing his drawings.

    Yes I am coming back next semester, I believe I will be taking 4 classes, two on wednesday and two on thursday. Figure Drawing followed by cast drawing on wednesday and then head figure quicksketch followed by oil painting fundamentals on thursday. That might all change around a bit though.

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    Well, its been awhile I guess. I started at Watts Atelier 3 years ago this month. I have missed a few quarters in there for various reasons, but I am living in San Diego now and attending full time.

    I don't even know if this is appropriate for this forum anymore, but this is where all of the old Watts guys used to post their work. I have been browsing the CA forums again lately and thought I might update my old sketchbook here with some newer stuff.

    So here we go, I have since started painting and taking some longer drawing classes. You might as well just assume I had help on everything I post because chances are I did, sometimes a significant amount.


    3 hour charcoal (from life)
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    3 hour draped figure study in charcoal (from life)
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    2, 3, and 5 minute quicksketches
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    15 hour portrait in graphite (from life) I would really like to go back and finish this someday.
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    9 hour graphite (from life)
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    Some faster charcoal drawings (from life)
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    A tonal composition study for a large illustration I someday wish to complete.
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    A color study from photo reference.
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    Outdoor portrait (from life) The wind knocked this over onto my palette after I lifted the clasp on the easel. I am a smart man.
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    3 hour portrait (from life)
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    The following three are 20 minutes in graphite from life
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    40 minutes in graphite from life
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)


    Some digital stuff from last year. The first three are studies from screen captures of Lord of the Rings and Kingdom of Heaven, the next two are digital studies from life. They are all three hours.

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)


    6 hour portrait in oil from life
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    12 hour portrait in graphite (mostly from life, some from photo)
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)


    Anyways, I have really enjoyed my time at Watts. I don't plan on leaving anytime soon either. Right now, I am trying to work on finishing things, as I have been struggling with completing drawings for a long time. Hopefully that will change and I will have more work to post.

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    Hi Ryan,

    All your latest work is Nicely crafted! The 9 hour graphite - Wow! And the 3 hour portrait oil painting -The colors are gorgeous! This is why I wanted to get some direction from the most talented Erik. I need to know how to choose the finsh of edges and value control to complete a "painting" in charcoal. You guys kick boot with your drawings.

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    AztcFireFlower - Thanks! Yeah Erik is great. I am still working pretty hard on my finishes, I just don't have an eye for the overall image yet I guess. It was good to meet you last quarter, sad not to see you this quarter!


    Bit of an update:

    Texture study in oil.
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    First of two illustrations for a competition hosted by Erik Gist.
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    Second of two illustrations for a competition hosted by Erik Gist.
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)



    New Quarter at Watts Atelier


    20 minute layin
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    2 hours in charcoal
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    4 hours in charcoal
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    warm ups - 5 minutes in charcoal (some were from last saturday)
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    20 minutes in charcoal
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    20 minutes in charcoal
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    2 hours in charcoal
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    warm ups - 5 minutes in charcoal
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    2 hours in charcoal
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    2 hours in charcoal
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    4 hours in charcoal
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    20mins in charcoal:
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    5mins in charcoal:
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    2 hours in charcoal:
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    5 minutes in charcoal:
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    2 hours in charcoal:
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    3 hours in oil (my first plein air landscape):
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    This is a long costumed figure drawing I am working on.
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)



    More to come soon. This is the first half of what I have done this quarter so far. The trouble is getting around to shooting the other half.

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    This is very, very good stuff. My brain actually hurts from the inspiration. I kid you not.

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    your getting better by leaps and bounds my friend.

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    Great Work!

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    Your sketches are tasty. Mmmm now I'm gonna eat 'em.

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    Some of the latter ones are amazing . My fave's are the quickies you did of the female poses and they are all piled up. It looks cool

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    Thanks a lot guys. Here are a couple more from Friday/Yesterday


    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

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    wow you've made an inspiring amount of progress, and those last two drawings are stunning.

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    incredible studies and superb pencils skills man!!!....wanna see something from ur head too...keep it up!

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    Thanks guys!


    A few updates...some of these are from earlier in the quarter.

    20 minutes in charcoal
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    2 hours in charcoal
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    2 hours in charcoal
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    2 hours in charcoal
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    2 hours in charcoal
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

    6 hours in graphite (still another 6 to go)
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

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    I am going to try to start working more on concept art and illustration stuff in the coming months to try to build up a bit of a portfolio. So here is a recent little spaceship concept.

    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)

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    Wow your stuff are awesome! Thanks for sharing
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    Woah! Your progress is outstanding

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    Thanks fellas,

    Some newer work:


    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)
    Grinn's Watts Sketchbook (Update after nearly 3 years)
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    This is Grandmaster!

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    Awesome stuff and improvement! You have great talent.
    My favourites are the 5 min charcoal figures

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    Wow, thats a nice collection of work. I was recently introduced to the Reilly Method and will be spending plenty of time learning it. Seeing your vast improvement is a great source of inspiration.

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