Thursday, November 11, 2010

Sketches


I know The Sartorialist is no secret but, man, is it a cool drawing tool. Sometimes to warm up at work, I search the archives and draw interesting people in their costumes. In other desktop sketching news, a friend tipped me off to this awesome gesture drawing site with all kinds of options.

9 comments:

Jeff C said...

So great to see your sketches! One of a couple downsides to you living in LA is not getting to peruse your sketchbook.

Claire Gordon said...

Lovin' these. I've never heard of those websites, so thanks for the heads up!

Madeline Kaye said...

I love the Sartorialist. And I LOVE the way you added color to the middle one. Way to keep it subtle and classy.

Jake Wyatt said...

FABULOUS. Sometimes, when I'm by myself long enough, i forget how well you can freaking draw. And wait... you have a friend?

Spencer said...

nice! And that gesture site is rockin'!

Scott C. Gwynn said...

Love the Sartorialist and I've recently started using that gesture site. You can do animal gestures there too! Your drawings look great by the way.

Ron Jensen said...

nice shading with all the lines. Looks good.

Alexis said...

damn i love your sketches

chengwhich said...

lovely sketches! good meeting you at Rad's sketch session!

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