March 02, 2006

II


Here then is our young protagonist, enjoying a day out on his tricycle. I'm sort of limited in the number of sketches I can post without blowing my cover, so maybe in the next entries I can introduce the story, its conception and move on to the process of developing the text and characters and entire package. For now, the last of the generic kids:








9 comments:

  1. These are so adorable !!

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  2. these look fabulous.. i love your style..great work, very strong

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  3. Nice kids! Nice sketches!
    I love the way you draw the mouth shape.

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  4. great drawings!! Very appealling character!!

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  5. Thanks everyone.
    I'm sort of embarassed about most of this stuff, so it's nice to get some words of encouragement.

    I'm a firm believer in pushing oneself to explore different approaches and styles of drawing, and, as I don't usually employ that graphic style that's all the rage these days, that was one of my goals here.

    Charm and Appeal were my guideposts.

    Amelia, thanks very much and so are you!; Kristian, I really like your subway quicksketches--very energetic; Gabriele--your work is just incredible-thanks vey much; and Martin and Alina, very complimentary.

    Thanks!

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  6. Great blog. I can't believe your embarrassed by the work on you blog it all fantastic. I love the character work, but the photos are quite stunning as well. If you get the chance stop by my brother's site ( http://deliciousblur.com//) you both has a similar eye for picking up the beautiful in everyday objects.

    noah

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  7. great great work!!! congratulations!

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  8. ---SO LOOSE, AND SOO GREAT TO LOOK AT, REALLY FUN STUFF...

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