Hand drawing from my sketchbook.
Graphite and pen.
I remember drawing this thinking about minimal but effective composition, along with emulating form through geometry. But hey that was 2012, this is 2013. I think I just wanted to draw a foot.
Random Sketchbook page.
Bone sketches made at the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal.
Go there it’s nice.
Mountain drawings done in one of my sketchbook.
Drawn with white pen on red and black prismacolor markers.
Drawing from a sketchbook. Graphite and markers.
I’ll do this one larger and add more values. It’s crazy how much you can learn in a few months, this being October of last year and me now being like “needs values.”
Pen. From a sketchbook.
Might redo this larger.
From one of my sketchbooks. I had a splotch of ink and I turned it into this.
This is my sketchbook from about February to now of some of the nicer things that I draw. Not scribbles or blots, but things that I put time to while I was out.
Check it out!
Here’s an example of what you’ll find.
If you want a copy of it or from it feel free to message me and I’m sure we can figure something out :)
I think it’s “upload old sketches and drawings” time.
Sketch of my hand done with sharpie and light ink dry brushing for subtle shading.
Made a copy of my sketchbook. I think it was a success. And these are honestly my favorite drawings I’ve ever done so I’m glad I could make a copy and possibly share these with others.
If you’re interesting in getting a copy message me.
(Copy is on the left)
Working on my prints of my sketchbook.
Fall Creek Falls
Watercolor, some pen.
Hand drawn in photoshop.
Supposed to feel open.
The right one is a recolored version because all my color palettes tend to end up like the one on the left.
(Zachary Nicholas - DeviantArt)
From my sketchbook.