Tuesday, April 25, 2006

SKetchcrawl 9 WOO HOO!



Well, Sketchcrawl 9 has come and gone and it was GOOD times. Great to see everyone again.

Hiking the hills of San Fran was a lot of fun with many inspiring views. I continued my what's becoming a tradition of doing a very detailed sketch to start things off. It turned out alright, but I think scared me off of any other intense studies once I saw all of the GORGEOUS architectural detail of the Palace of Fine Arts.







12 comments:

Alina Chau said...

beautiful drawings!! THe landscape and architecture pages are stunning!!

craig said...

diggin it John....diggin it.

the doodlers said...

mmmm... we havn't been blogging around enough. Just rediscovered your great blog. Nice watery colour sketches! love your stuff and we'll add you to our links!

PEPE said...

awesome work!!

amelia said...

I didn't get to say hi but I remember your drawings...they're all fantastic; I love the one with the caricatured faces.

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St John Street said...

I love the work always great to do studies excellent suff and thanks 4 the dropin hope your kool take care

Ben Reynolds said...

Hey man..cool blog..nice sketches. I am a Canadian working in the states too!! Anyways man..really like your work (love the monkey as your pic)..keep it up..ill check back often!

martin wittig said...

Very Nice sketches!!

Space Bean said...

Great work, John! I like how you can keep a style of your own, but you seem to change it jsut enough to fit the feel of the painting. Very nice.

I just added you to my list of fellow blogger artists. (No, don't worry, it's not a scam or anything, I just thought I'd let you know.)

lorraine_alvarez said...

Great life drawing work!

Monkeyfeather said...

Thanks for the comments everyone. No time to respond personally right now. I promise to post more work soon. Thanks for checking things out.

Anonymous said...

the top is amazing it looks like u went to look to van gogh's picture.

i love to draw i hope i can look here to get inspiration. i love ur art work i am not near here i hope to be someday thanks.
william j