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Wow Nonie I love your latest post! Especially the tiles/faucet and the subtle texture great idea nice storytelling. Hope you continue posting as you can
Nice book nonie. Glad to hear that your living the dream. Good luck with your career, I will be watching from the sideline.
An incredible SB, your self-portraits near the beginning are beautifully painted. Look forward to seeing more.
Beautiful work. I'm a big fan of the first few self portraits and The looser pencil sketches are also very attractive. I Look forward to seeing more.
really digging this painting from the previous page. it's got a bitching sense of light in it. also love when you combine sketchup and work over it. keep on rocking the figures.
check the Tensai Tokyo Sketch Thread (Sketchbook)
check the Tensai Cityscapes Thread (Finally Finished)
Originally Posted by strych9ineFuck backgrounds, who needs em.
This stuff is really great. I like the perspective on the guy playing guitar a lot. How do you do the digital stuff for your sketch group, do you use a laptop?
Thanks for the replies everyone! I like you repeats too, thanks for checking in! You guys are all awesome
Simon - You are fat.
Mark - Ja good point. I could have made the read a little clearer. Thanks
RobRey - hey! nice to hear from ya! Yeah you're right - was a pretty rushed piece so I didn't reference :/ Thanks!
tensai - thanks dude! That's one of my better ones for sure. I've got more sketchup stuff comin, I'll post what I can when I can
Snake-Woman - yeah, laptop - I have a tablet pc too (mac tho) but I use my lappy more as it have my programs on it.
On to the art:
Sorry I haven't updated in a while... Been super busy with freelance I can't show. But here are some sketches from my bus sketchbook!
nice work, I like the loose line work you got goin
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love it all, but that thing has some 'tude to it hope the sketchgroup went well tonight!
Lake - Thanks, I'll keep that in mind... Some places where the lines don't connect are on purpose though.
Mr. Delicious - thanks dude, they're a lot of fun
Bumskee - Sketchcrawl is an event where you meet with a bunch of other artists at a set time and location, then break apart and wander to sketch from observation for a few hours, then meet back up at a set place and time and pass your sketchbook around. It's worldwide, a set day every couple months, and people often post their results to the site. It's fun, there's always a ton of extremely talented people who participate. www.sketchcrawl.com
Gus - thanks, I will It's just about all I can post lately cuz I don't have time for personal work anymore... But that's a good thing $$$
Tim - thanks! I don't know where that came from but it made me smile when I did it. And I was waiting for my laundry to dry in a laundromat so I sure needed it
Blue Severin - It was cool seeing you last night! Did you post your results? Already gave you the scoop on meetups See you round!
6-hour pose at Marc Taro's place... I have gotten quite rusty with oils... But I kind of like some things about this one, the really strange ground was a fun challenge.
Next one will be better.
lovely work nonie, I like the sketchcrawl pages and the oil's looking nice I hope you do continue making some time for oils. Thanks for posting
Those recent inks are lovely nonie!
Capturing some nice moments and scenes =)
cool work as usual nonie, love the sketchcrawl sketches and all the loose ones, you seem to be pretty confident with your lines
+ those batmans are too cute
i partecipated to my first sketchcrawl too last time it was held, but i was...er, pretty far from where you were doing it was a really fun and useful experience
eskanto: not enough anymore! Used to be every day for a while - not it's been months since the last time, aside from the recent one. I'm gonna get back into it though, weekly at least.
arrowhead, victor b, aph, thanks so much for stopping by
Gnoll - thanks! Did you post your results somewhere? Got a link?
hedwordup - thanks dude
First some meager bus sketching (my bus ride is much much shorter now )
Then a mini-sketchcrawl at the Cherry Blossom Festival. Taiko! Traditional dance! TINY KARATE!
you make me feel like an idiot for wasting my time not drawing during my train trips to school...again, nice loose lines
i posted my Sketchcrawl results in the sketchcrawl forum (bologna-italy) and in my sketchbook linked in sign.
Digging the new lines.
Mark - yeah they were cute!
TheGnoll - Buses (trains in your case) are great for sketching I checked out your sketchcrawl stuff... Nice results man
HunterKiller - thanks!
Couple things I did at Sunday Night Sketchgroup:
And a doodle I started at work... It's an old character I used to draw in high school
Last edited by nonie; April 15th, 2008 at 02:58 PM.
latest post = brilliant great stuff nonie , cheers