I recently finished a sketchbook I usually use for drawing on location. So you’ll see here lots of drawings done at the zoo, and the MET + AMNH museums. Because the sketchbook is small, I usually flip it upside down when I want to draw on the bottom of the page…makes it easier on the … Read More
I don’t usually draw buildings or cityscapes because: 1 Drawing cubes doesn’t interest me, and 2 I have a hard time keeping everything in proportion, but here are some sketches I did recently. I think the sketch with the white sky is the best cityscape I’ve ever drawn. I still fudged up the amount of … Read More
Just returned from Miami. Here are some on location sketches I did of people at the airport, zoo animals, and my dog. Also, hidden in there is a portrait of Christopher Walken I drew from the in-flight magazine. One thing I’ve realized though is that in some ways it’s harder to draw people than animals … Read More
I am about to send out my submission to the sketchbook project. The sketchbook tour will start April 2012, but in the meantime here are some of the sketches I did. I focused on drawing architecture because it’s not my strong point (and there are also some animal sketches). The tricky thing about architecture is … Read More
These are sketches I drew 1 to 2 years ago in various doctors’ waiting rooms . The third image is a combination of waiting room and subway. Drawing on location is a bit tricky because things never stay still. The moment I start drawing a person, said person moves even though he was staying still … Read More
While on my Miami vacation, I went to the zoo about 5 times, to sketch and take pictures. I feel I have to promote the zoo a bit here, because when I went there, it was kind of empty. So here are three cool things about Miami Metrozoo: You buy a general admission once, if … Read More
I’m back home from a very long trip in Miami. These are watercolor sketches i did on location.
Here are some watercolor sketches of people I met this Thanksgiving.