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Happy Friday to all!
I’m diggin Chris Sander’s work right now and trying to collect all his sketchbooks from comic-con…I love how he draws all his girls short and stacked front to back!
my tribute sketch to the awesome director/animator/producer/etc Mr Sanders…(he directed Lilo & Stich and How to Train Your Dragon)
Megan inked her up like Ariel and gave her a little midriff…YES!
Here @ Kensington we are proud of our rich history and heritage that stands the test of time from generation to generation. Kensington was originally founded by The Honourable William Edwardes Kensington the 4th, also known as the Baron of Kensington or Lord Kensington. As a very eccentric and avid lock collector, Lord Kensington was a very important figure in the County of Middlesex. In 1868 he was elected to the House of Commons for Havefordwest, and held the Security Seat until 1872. Lord Kensington never lost sight for his love of collecting mid-evil locks, widgets and all sorts of gizmos. Apart from his political career he also held the honorary post of Chief Lieutenant of Redwood Shire. In 1873, Lord Kensington invented a mechanical tamper proof, tumbling device for the Earl of Limrick, to lock down his expensive computational instruments and gauges. He filled for his first patent that very same year and he turned his love of collecting locks into much much more.
I have been meaning to sketch out my motorcycle (my grandpa’s old bike) for some time now. I started with just a simple papermate fine point on marker paper with the sketch below. Feeling out the shapes, silhouette, proportions and placement of each part. There is lots of room in the engine area, because Benelli used this frame for 4 different size engines (125, 175, 250 and 360cc!). Click on each image below for the step by step demonstration!
Yesterday @ 6pm, a PG&E natural gas line blew a 30×20 ft crater in the earth of the San Bruno hills. The flame traveled through the lines and engulfed an entire neighborhood. This sketch is a tribute to the family, friends, firefighters, medics, Red Cross volunteers and others effected by the disaster. Our thoughts and prays go out to you!