Time for another week of drawings from Jeff Smith’s Bone. Find them in Smith Sketchbook.
Another week, another set of entries in my Jeff Smith sketchbook. Check ’em out!
View a new week’s worth of drawings based on Jeff Smith’s Bone in my Smith sketchbook.
Next up in my awesome cartoonist study series: Jeff Smith, writer and artist behind comics classic Bone. Again I’ll be sticking to “set piece” drawings and doing as little pencil-prep as possible. After a short break it’s time to push my environmental inking some more! According to this interview, Smith works with a smaller brushContinue reading “jeff smith sketchbook: week 1 (tonight we begin anew)”
And now for something completely different. I found this castle drawing recently from a pen-and-ink course I took about this time last year. It needed some tweaking and has finally received it. View it in illustration. But wait, there’s more! While I was drawing Watterson environments I also doodled some of my own characters. FindContinue reading “new illustration and sketchbook entries”
Goodnight Calvin and Hobbes. With this week’s sketchbook additions comes the end of my Watterson studies, at least for now. It has been a wonderful experience, and I’ve come to appreciate its daily presence. I forgot how much I missed seeing Watterson’s work every morning – just like I did after he originally ended theContinue reading “watterson sketchbook: week 4 (final)”
Check out my updated Watterson sketchbook page for a third week of entries.
Check out my second week’s worth of Watterson environmental studies.
The first week’s worth of Watterson-style environmental ink drawings is now posted on its own sketchbook page. Read more about the project and view the drawings.
I’m trying something on my dudeldopp tumblr. By now I’ve come to recognize that drawing environments and inking intimidate me. I generally avoid doing “backgrounds” because I find I’m not very good at them. I’ll only ink drawings I’ve already done, in great detail, with pencil – again, because I’m not very good with ink.Continue reading “it’s a start”