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Random sketch while i was in class.

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Dynamic Figures

Hey Guys,

I’ve been super inspired by Spencer Nugent’s Sketch-A-Day and I’ve taken it upon myself to do the same thing! So here is the first one I copied some stuff from Burne Hogarths Book “Dynamic Figure Drawing” Used a pilot razor point 2 on trace.

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Senior Project Sketches

Its been some time since I had to opportunity to post anything up here.  So, here are some quick sketches and color studies from my portfolio that I did back in school.

Random Musings

I could say I’ve been busy which is partly true after getting a second job but, for the most part I have been lazy. And, looking at the time I could be spending on doing more creative things, I end up chosing something unproductive and unrewarding. Then I go into a cycle of regret and loathing that I question myself if I even have the passion to create anymore or if I was just looking for that steady job to pay my filthy habits. There are many books that have been read partially or have been unread, many drawings and sketchings that haven’t been finished, and many ideas that haven’t seen the light of day on paper. Perhaps all creative people go through this cycle of aspiration and laziness.
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kidcrash – “snacks”

my favorite band in the world, the kidcrash, have posted a new track for their upcoming album “snacks“.  their artwork for their past album covers intrigue me.  i sketched this while listening to their track “wound eraser” and trying to encompass their past album art by just sketching rand-o stuff. but as you can see it will never have that “artsy” feel to it.  D:

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kidcrash – “jokes” lp cover art

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kidcrash – demo 2006

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the hurt locker

great movie.  would recommend sitting farther back for this one if you get motion sickness.

fyi, i love drawing armoury-type stuff.  drew this iconic scene using a papermate pro fit pen on 98 HP printer paper.  added some photshop color to give the sketch more pop.

the hurt locker movie site

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Side or Profile View

I have to admit that Tomasz Migurski really reinforced this idea when he saw my sketeches. Sometimes it is better to start from a side or front view of a drawing. It makes it easier on the brain and allows us to think about and break down the components of a design. Once we are comfortable with the design we can tackle it in perspective using the side and front views. Also try drawing with a really dark pen to boost your confidence in committing to your lines. This sketch was done with a fine pilot pen and Sharpies.

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