Category Archives: Sketches
Here is a fun little sketch of a horse I got to ride on a recent trip. It looks so easy in the movies! Plus, there have been lots of exciting developments lately: I have a large new climate controlled studio space – no more unpacking the milk crate in the dining room for every [...]
Here are a couple new ones I’m working on… These are 2 remote controlled military robots that are in production and in use today. The top one is a SWORDS and can be weaponized in different configurations. The bottom one is an backpack sized Unmanned Aerial Vehicle by Honeywell. The UAV is remote controlled or [...]
I’m continuing to pursue these background patterns. I especially enjoy distorting the size and layout to create a sort of undulating plane. I was also interested in working something out in ballpoint pen as a precursor to some possible etchings using the these patterns.
Here is a minotaur sketch. What a tragic beast. It’s all greedy King Minos’ fault. when will we mortals learn?
This weekend I picked up Alexander Calder’s “Sketching Animals.” Definitely one of the best $4 I have spent in a while.
I’ve been trying to learn how to convey the essentials of a space without going into too much detail. I’d say these are 10 minute sketches and they are a lot better than the ones that have taken much longer. I guess it’s the freshenss factor. It seems like there is only a little room [...]
Just for fun. I realize that is a pretty stupid look on my face.