Animal skull with a Booty!
Just kidding.. it's a pumpkin but I like booty's more. I did this with Conte Crayon.
Clothes are a huge part of classical drawing. Almost all artists learn this step of sketching as they move through school.
This was done with Sepia Conte Crayon.
A very quick sketch done with charcoal on newsprint.
A 20 minute charcoal sketch of a skeleton. With sass of course.
Charcoal sketch of Treetops from below. Done by filling the page with charcoal, removing the negative and darkening the blacks.
This was done with ink, a brush, and found objects from nature. Making shapes with negative space.
Working with lines and the shapes of things. Rough sketch done with charcoal.
Lightly seen but this is a quick removal of charcoal and darkening of blacks. The page was filled with charcoal before the work was done.
A lover of anatomy. This was a quick sketch looking at a skeleton then creating the human curves. Done with charcoal.
Using lines to create shape and volume. A quick sketch done with charcoal.
A very quick sketch of the clothe using a brush and pen ink. Not fully rendered.
Pencil sketch of a pencil in a glass of water. Always gives an illusion effect.
Done about 10 years ago.
The figure is the most beautiful thing.
5 minute quick sketch. Done 10 years ago as well.
My motto. Someone's got to believe it if we can't about ourselves.
From a sweet photo of my nephew Henry. The 'Ole Days with this kid. Miss him.
Trees are phenomenal.
This is with Prismacolors.
An logo made 10 years ago. Rendered her with Prismacolors.