Yesterday I accidentally came across an article presenting a letter from Phillip K. Dick to the producer of Blade Runner. You can find it on Spectacular Attractions, an excellent blog dedicated to cinema.
@ Misty Feather: thank you for dropping by. Glad you like the figure, I'm spending a hell lot of time trying to understand how to draw people with poise and dynamism. Not there yet but progressing I guess.
@ Kloss: Wow you'll make me blush, there are definitely far more interesting sketchbooks than mine, but I'm flattered nonetheless.
Really inspiring Sketchbook. Learning to draw from the basics myself, I am amazed by your improvement over one year. I wish I had your dedication
I enjoy your watercolour+life drawing combination - This is something I really have to try myself.
@ Misty Feather: thanks for stopping by. The WIP dancer is at a standtill for now, will post as soon as I figure out a
satisfactory way to render it.
@ dragning: thanks! I checked your SB and - dang man! - I'm impressed! If you keep up with this kind of dedication, you'll go
anywhere you want
@ LuTus: thanks! You definitely should try watercolors, it gives really nice sensations and forces you to be strategic with your
mark making. I wholeheartedly encourage you to do some still lives and plain air paintings, the amount of things you can
learn doing these is tremendous. I'd recommend ink and markers as well.
@ Uyeno: thank you! Very nice fluid lines and studies in your sketchbook. And 15 yo! It's a fabulous start! I wish I had started
at your age