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I'm loving the angular shapes these make.
Hey Jack, thanks!
Love'm! the character in red is fantastic!
Not posting so much these days! Same here. But these are lovely, and that Storyboard Central blog is interesting; I'll give the link to drawing students as evidence of real artists who draw for a living! Hope alls well with you guys. All good here; just need to cram a couple more mountaineering trips in before the deluge of winter.
Marcos, Clive!!Thank you for stopping by.You are two fantastic artists and I'm tickled that you both left notes the same day. Lovely work on your blog Marcos. You have a great fluid sense, always handling the contrasts of lights and darks so well. Clive! Whaddya mean your not posting much... your blogs look pretty busy to me. Beautiful juicy drawing sir. Alas, we did not make it to BC this summer. It's been a tad strange. Maybe we can give you and S-L a phone call in the next week to chat. Of course if you are in the mountains, we'll understand. Speak to you soon...
Interesting ! do u draw people in streets, underground, parks... ?
greetings J.Lootens,In answer to your questions:do u draw people in streets,underground,parks... ?Yes. Yes, and yes.Cheers!
I agree with Marcos, all great but the one in red just sings, Arna!Hope you're well doodlers!
Thanks Mike. I like the red one best too. She was a truly unusual subway rider.
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