From the Sketchbook

June 24, 2014

Two Figures

This drawing was a exercise in drawing figures from imagination. No models or reference photos used in the creation of this.

Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we’ve grown and improved.

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From the Sketchbook

June 17, 2014

man in a cowboy hat

Charcoal portrait of a man in a cowboy hat.

Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we’ve grown and improved.

From the Sketchbook

May 27, 2014

reclining woman

Charcoal drawing from life of a woman reclining.

Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we’ve grown and improved.

From the Sketchbook

May 20, 2014

Master copy

A copy of a famous drawing in charcoal. Unfortunately I do not remember the name of the artist.

Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we’ve grown and improved.

From the Sketchbook

April 29, 2014

nude woman

Torso study from life. Quick and loose charcoal drawing.

Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we’ve grown and improved.

From the Sketchbook

April 22, 2014

Young woman

Charcoal drawing from life. More of a focus on the face in this one while still being a quick study.

Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we’ve grown and improved.

From the Sketchbook

April 15, 2014

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A study of a woman from a live model. I just love drawing models live, I wish I still had that resource available to me now.

Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we’ve grown and improved.