13 August 2008

Sketching To The Rain



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Enjoying a cosy afternoon in bed safely sheltered away from the dark and wild weather, I often find myself sketching mindlessly. Images and ideas flitter through the messy attic, that I imagine my mind to be, at blistering speed, colliding into each other and fusing, often accompained by thematic soundtracks and snapshots of sounds and conversations. I thought I would share these two quick sketches from around a dozen I produced today.

Currently playing: Me Enamora - Juanes

xxxx

33 comments:

  1. Hey they're good! I wish I could draw. I particularly like the Wolverine-style fingers on the second guy :)

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  2. They are so cool. I love them. You should write a story to them..graphic novel perhaps. Cool.

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  3. I think the design is unique. They'd make great characters, too.

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  4. Sounds like the perfect thing to do on a rainy day. Hope the weather isn't too horrible.

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  5. Methinks someone watches a lot of anime.

    I suggest Samurai Champloo and Cowboy Bebop for their cool, effortless style.

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  6. your sketches are fantastic! do you use pen? it reminds me that it's been way too long since i've sketched..

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  7. the second guy looks like andy warhol, very cool.

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  8. i wish my thoughts and ideas had thundering soundtracks! =/

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  9. youve got skill! i like the detailing you include in your sketches.

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  10. LOVE the second one. So great. I love sketching!

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  11. Ohhh DK, you're sketches are fantastic! You're really good at hands.. one thing I'm absolutely suck at.

    And thanks for the advice with the internet pics, and unfortunately it didn't work but oh well! I'll manage :]

    peace&love
    nicole.

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  12. Very kool. I like the first one. It's classy.

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  13. Cool sketches! Imaginative..

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  14. Wow! You're talented! I also like your happy yellow jacket below, and your smile, a bit below that. I smiled too. :D

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  15. these are amazing! I absolutely adore both of them! How long did they take you!?

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  16. Love the second one especially...

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  17. Wowwwwwwwww! Those are ah-mazing!!!

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  18. Wow, great sketches. I'll probably be dressed as the second picture during winter. Loads of thick scarves are going to protect me from the cold!

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  19. I gave you an award in my blog, too!

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  20. So amazing! My buddy is so talented! I love the looks!

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  21. I used to sketch alot but for some reason it ceased. Your sketches are very fashionable (its like fashion illustrations in a different medium).

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  22. How many pictures have you sketched today? Hope you're having a good day today.

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  23. Thank you for comments. I really appreciate your feedback. Hope your week is going ok. Its almost the weekend.

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  24. What a great talent to have. I wish I could draw..

    thanks for that wonderful comment, I find that when it's quiet, I can actually write and there is no greater joy. Hopefully many more (articles) to come in the future.

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  25. WOW ... you're really good at it. I wish I could sketch :(

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  26. very nice! do your own dapper kid comic strip (with the spandex and the cape and the "KA-POW" a la pop art, obviously)

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  27. Really great!! I can totally picture you as a crazy fashion editor or designer...I think you just have it ;) xxx

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  28. I love the jacket in the second sketch. The length and the stiching looks very unique. ^_^

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  29. Those sketches are amazing! You are a talented young chap aren't you, fashion, writing, sketches! I always wanted someone to draw me as a superhero in a comic, I'm an undercover comic geek :)

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  30. awesome sketches! you're very talented!

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