Tag Archives: people

Last week in small sketches

Working on large projects, especially when they’re approaching deadlines means you don’t get much other drawing done. That’s when I am really glad I have a book to sketch small, quick sketches in. There’s always music practice to sketch. My … Continue reading

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Good Reads: Value Studies

Good Reads: Painting What (You Want) to See by Charles Reid. Continue reading

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Seattle, Part 2 of 2

More from Seattle. Continue reading

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Seattle, Part 1 of 2

A spectacularly sunny weekend teaching in Seattle…and no, that’s not an oxymoron. Continue reading

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Another week in sketches

A weekly roundup… Continue reading

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Last week’s little sketches

Everyday sketches from last week… Continue reading

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One hundred people: a roundup

My biggest takeout from this week of people sketching is that to keep drawing people, they have to be more than just figures and anatomy to you: you have to be interested in people. And you have to enjoy the inevitable interaction that the process involves. Otherwise, people will remain “stuff you add to a scene to give it scale”. Continue reading

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