Thursday, June 29, 2006

Randomness...

Posted by Arna.

Today kids were practicing their skateboard moves on our street. I love the sound of the board hitting the pavement.

In an unrelated note:
This one is Jane, of the Peter Pan sequel 1998, from a scrap panel...


Girl, sketched last winter...

Watercolour of Tink, our first cat. Doing what cats do...


19 comments:

Emma said...

I really like that one of the girl. Drawings of peoples' backs are wonderful when done well, because the posture communicates so much and without the face to look to, that's what you pay attention to.

I thought the watercolor was digital! The white on the cat looks almost erased off. Beautiful!

Goro said...

Hey guys thnx for visiting. I don't know about the new version of Open Canvas cause I use only the freeware 1.1 72b version.
This version is great cause you can paint or draw up to 4 people through network (realtime) on the same canvas.
It's really awesome. You should check it out.

Cheers!

Smook said...

Nice Arna. The girl with her back facing us is my fave. When we get together, I may ask for some watercolour advice; I would love to give it a try.

Yaxin said...

...and hop! to my "favorite" folder , she have such a great expression with that mouth :)

Lubomir said...

Nice art Arna, great expression on Jane...I actually enjoyed that sequel!

Clio said...

I like the girly! People who wear leggings in the dead of winter are brave. Also thanks for posting the Family Dog boards!

the doodlers said...

Hey Emma! That's funny that you thought the watercolour was digital. I'm not so great with the digital tools yet. Need to practice!

Goro, Thanks for the info on Open Canvas. Sounds intreguing.

Smook, ask away... but I think ya got the hang of it already, judging from the work you post.

Yacin, sweet of you to comment. I tried to capture the expression~ Jane was missing her own home and furious with the lost boys. Thank you.

Lubomir, Ditto what I said to Yacin.~Cheers!

Clio, thanks. Yup, leggings in winter and no hats. Brave indeed. We see it around here a fair bit.

R.A. MacNeil said...

That Jane drawing is a beaut. Fantastic expresion. Nice Nice!

-Ryan

Alina Chau said...

Oooh lovely drawings and painting!

JavierOlivares said...

Beautifull draws!!!
And thanks for the LINK.
Best.

Matthew Cruickshank said...

I love your cat drawings man!!!!!

belinha said...

Hello Team!I want to thank your kind words on PAPELUSTRO!None of the collage is digital.Scissor, two hands, lots of fashion magazines and that's all.I made a silly rule for myself also: no ruler and no pencil are tobe used I must measure everything only with my eyes.It's absolut freedom.I started doing it for fun but now I'm addicted!Eehhehe!!!Your drawing is fabulous.

Jon Han said...

Great drawings, i esp like the top one..

the doodlers said...

Ryan, Thanks a big bunch. I visited your website and enjoyed the animal sketches and the Flash animation. Keep on keepin' on that animation!

Alina, Your comments are really appreciated! Thanks for visiting again. I hope work is not too busy for you.

Javier Olivares, Cheers!! The art you are posting is exceptional. Everyone... go to Javier's blog now!!

Matt. Jeez, thanks for the comment!!!!! 5 exclamation marks from Crookie!!!!! Blushing now... Everyone, when you finish visiting Javier, go visit Matt Cruikshank! He rocks.

Belinha, Thanks very much for stopping by. How did you do that turning thing you posted... that could not be just paper and scissors?? Amazing.

Jon, Hey! Thanks for the note. I'm off to visit you now.

Cheers all~ Arna

Mauricio said...

Hi,

Great job you have, very beutiful.

My best!

From Rio

Mauricio

Clive said...

Lovely watercolour and lovely to see watercolour!

Kristian Antonelli said...

i love the girl in winter. but my favourite by far on this page is the sequence of cat 'behaviour' so so so good
absolutely wonderful thoughts and sketches throughout.

Evan Bonifacio said...

Cool drawings. likin them a lot!..

Ps my dad sez hello!... and that hes working on Ruby Gloom.

the doodlers said...

Mauricio, Much thanks. Your dreamy multi faceted collages are a treat.

Clive, I thought that this one is a bit overworked. But I like it still. Thanks.:)

Kristian, How sweet to favour the cat behaviour! Thanks.

Evan, 'Howdee' to you!! Glad to see the very diverse work on your blog. Good stuff. Say 'Hi' back to Charlie for us too. Ruby Gloom is a cool show. We're both doing some work on it as well.