Tuesday, February 16, 2010

a little less ink...


went with a little less ink then normal (for me). busy night around here so i had less time to draw tonight. i need to get back to labors. i'll draw more when the time makes itself available.

6 comments:

Mayumi Takagi said...

Yes, it's a little less ink then your normal drawings but it gave me some soft feeling...
Anyway, please send the addresses of the sketchbook project in Brooklyn to me?

Annotated Margins said...

Similar feel to most of your work, but yes, a noticeable difference in aesthetic. I like it.

eva said...

The face is great, so airy, light and delicate.. and just perfect. It's good to try a different approach in one's drawing/painting/life in general once in a while!

Karen Blados said...

I think it's great, but then I'm a sucker for lost and found lines. I love the way the brain fills them in.

Heather Gordy said...

Sometimes less is more and in this case, it really worked well.

Alex Zonis said...

I like the "less ink" drawing, the contrast carries it off wonderfully.

I am a little hesitant to admit that I've given you a Sunshine Award for bloggers, I am not sure what's your take on such things. You art is an inspiration for me, and I wanted you to know. I realize that you may not feel like playing a "blogger award" game, but this was a way for me to acknowledge how much I learn from your sketches. If you wish, you can get the image of the award here
http://pencilscribbles.wordpress.com/2010/02/12/sunshine-blog-award/
post it on your blog, and perhaps give it to other people.