Category Archives: people

Faces of Recovery: Tony, Alan, Agustin

More Faces of Recovery¬†. Tony‘s story. And Alan‘s. It’s funny how portrait drawing works: Alan smiles so much, he is funny and optimistic, and yet I couldn’t get past the his blue eyes, they looked so sad. And, Agustin. I’m … Continue reading

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Faces of Recovery: Izeda, Diana, Rosanna

I’m working on a new project called Faces of Recovery and will be posting about the project here from time to time. I’ll talk a little about what it takes to do reportage drawing like this: the process, the challenges, … Continue reading

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Channel Islands Sketches, Part 4

Last of the Channel Islands Sketches.
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Channel Islands Sketches, Part 3

Channel Islands Sketches, Part 2
Quick impressions, vignettes and color swatches.
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Colored Pencils

Ordinary Things are beautiful to draw because they change every time you draw them. Continue reading

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Ordinary Things

Ordinary Things are beautiful to draw because they change every time you draw them. Continue reading

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New York: Last bits

Last bits from New York: The Met, Neue Galerie, pizza and dosas. Continue reading

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