I.T. Director in the real world. Photography has taken a back seat to drawing lately. Drawing and listening to music occupied free time as a teen so I feel I'm in a rediscovery process now.
Graphite pencils 2,3,5b
Homes are meant to be drawn.
A few sketches from the streets.
Rest stop outside Hanover, Germany. Pen and gouache on paper towel.
Part of the drawing a day challenge - May 17
Watercolour and ink on paper, 254X178mm. A more planned drawing, based on a little sketchbook doodle
Another face under construction. Spray paint, ink, acrylic paint, marker on wood panel. 46"x36"
Those puns couldn't be translate!
A couple of winter tree drawings.
New drawing in the works, ready for color.
It's a mad world we're living in
I wanted to do a video and this was my first recording. Doodle on napkin using zig perishables.
28/06/17 - one example of June - one drawing a day challenge - all of June's drawings include a rock/pop star of my choosing and a little feathered friend. Check out more at www.martinvarennescooke.com
04/05/17 - Watch the birdie! - A drawing a day.
This is a black-and-white revision of an illustration I made (hand-drawn) for an American Red Cross e-newsletter years ago. The original was in color; however, considering my current work is predominantly black and white, I thought it appropriate to update the illustration for my portfolio. © 2007-2018 Joe Blend. All rights reserved.
One of my original pen and ink drawings.
Drawn on an antique piece of paper.
The piece measures 3″ Wide X 6″ Tall
Signed and Titled.
Comes packaged with care and a tracking number.
Quick pencil drawing
External silence, Internal chaos
Imaginary Friend Drawing Challenge