Practice makes perfect. This must be one of the early work sessions. I should get this budding stencil artist in touch with the master.
I couldn’t hear this conversation. I did like the gestures.
Easy on the eyes, though.
Sometimes the process of blind drawing leads to epic fails. For instance, the misplacement of the man’s hat in the sketch below. I don’t remember the sequence of my pen strokes, but I did go back (in a sighted way) to re-outline the hat. I try not to shy away from fails.
Imagine the scene below squished into two dimensions. That is the world of Flatland. The manhole cover becomes a platform with the ability to swivel. Lines (or rectangles) can advance onto its surface and be rotated. If, as shown below, a rectangle is only partly on board, it can be broken apart. It’s a good […]
This gentleman only had one stripe on his jacket. He looks a bit grumpy, so I gave him wide berth so he wouldn’t have my stripes.