May 20, 2007

SKETCHCRAWL : 1/2


I haven't been drawing much at all the past couple of weeks as our crew's been working hard on our film. That said, Sketchcrawl was busy and fun, with about 80 of us attending, and a trek that took us from the Ferry Building on the Embarcadero up to Coit Tower and down again through Washington Square Park and Chinatown. Though I didn't really feel warmed up until maybe 5:30, I got a few drawings in the new sketchbook. Now I'm gonna go fill the rest of them. See ya!













And later tonight, the auction at Maverix Studios.

11 comments:

  1. Wow, you got a lot of drawing in! I like them all, but especially the page with the people's faces in the boxes. The Maverix gallery is looking better and better! The one you submitted is great.

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  2. Jenny8:41 PM

    Nice, fun, scritchy drawings. Are those rather sturdy looking men from the coit tower mural?

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  3. This is all brilliant stuff Nick. Great mood to all of these.

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  4. It was a fun time, huh. Really enjoy the sketches.

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  5. Really great stuff all around, you said you had not been drawing, it looks to me like you where drawing every free moment.

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  6. Nick I like your drawings! So when are you going to wise up, ditch that studio and come back to Nelvana where the real action is? Did you ever see the end result of your gear-up boardses?

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  7. WOW you did soo many that day!! haha, that was a good day
    :)

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  8. hey nick,,
    it's been a while since i've seen your stuff.. it's really great, your drawings floor me! they have such a cool 70's feel. i'll add you so i can come back weekly.

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  9. Excellent studies Nick- great to see pages from your sketchbook & the ballet studie further down the blog are a knockout!

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  10. Wonderfull work nick!!

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  11. Those sketches are incredible dude.

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