Here are some samples of my sketches. I always try to save my sketches so I can look back at my progress and see how my style and skill changes over time. I sketch pretty much every day and its how I practice forms, proportion and perspective. When I’m nervous, I sketch. When I’m bored, I sketch.
I call these drawings “Inked”. Basically, they are sketches which have been inked in or color added in a rapid manner. Sometimes I just don’t have the desire to finish a drawing to perfection or completion. I think the lightly inked form is sometimes more expressive and it deconstructs the subject in a cool way.
This gallery includes some samples of my imagined characters. As you can see, I like dinosaurs and robots. What I find most satisfying is when I am able to convey a human trait or feeling through a completely made up character like a robot. There is absolutely no right or wrong way to imagine and draw.
Here are some samples of my doodles. Doodles are really sketches but they are more spontaneous and drawn much quicker. Sometimes I doodle to practice human and animal forms and are not meant to form a scene. These doodles show me working out different forms and techniques. They are not meant to be perfect. They are experiments.
This gallery includes some samples of my studio drawing. The subjects can be physical settings or can be imagined scenes and can involve multiple mediums like charcoal, inking, or paint.
Here’s my “Hallmark” card collection.
Once I ran out of drawing paper so I drew on a roll of toilet paper. Can you spot the drawing?