The final of four installments on my favorite print-based visual storytelling work, where I provide choice images and cleaned-up notes on why I love these works so much. In this post: Jeff Smith’s Bone.
To add one more layer of reflection to my environmental recreations from Bill Watterson and Jeff Smith, I attempted a Calvin & Hobbes drawing in a Bone-like style and vice versa. This really helped bring to light the physical and psychological differences when drawing from each artist. Read on for reflections on the work.
Next in my reflections on drawing environments in the working style of some of my favorite cartoonists: Jeff Smith and his classic Bone. (Read my Bill Watterson reflections in case you missed them.) JEFF SMITH, BONE Tools and Process (gleaned from an interview of Jeff Smith by Sardinian Connection) Really loose or sparse penciling, moreContinue reading “wattersmith part 2: reflections on drawing jeff smith”
Above: Smith: OK. I’ll Go. And so shall I. With this piece, my Jeff Smith drawing series comes to an end. It’s been a rewarding ongoing challenge, the impact of which I think I have yet to see fully in my own work. Drawing Smith has given me a sense of just how tight andContinue reading “jeff smith sketchbook: week 7 (final)”
A new week of drawings from Bone! I’m getting to some trickier ones this week. Plus, Mermie. Take a look in my Smith sketchbook.
The sketchbook is a month old and still going strong! Check out a new week of updates.
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)”