An unfinished rattlesnake sketch. Sometimes I just like to stop where it is and move on.
10-15 minute figure studies
Quick grab of a random guy at the coffee shop listening to some tunes, or something I shouldn’t hear.
Again, drawing other artists while they work during life drawing… one of my favorites things.
From a recent trip out of town(ish).
Some quick studies from last night’s figure drawing class.
A random unfinished sketch from a few days ago while sitting in a coffee shop. In my opinion, there isn’t anything better than watching people doing their thing… whatever that thing may be.
Big Horns - A sketch from some taxidermy photos from our new Cabela’s store that just opened. I wish I could get close enough to these creatures to sketch them from life (like Carl Rungius). Nonetheless, it’s a great way to observe the beauty of amazing animals like these.
A quick first sketch in my new Moleskine. I love having all of the blank pages in front of me.
Random sketch from a few days back. Gotta love white socks, sandals and a handle bar mustache. Quite the couple.
A quick sketch on my lunch hour. I like knowing I only have a few minutes to grab the necessities. Sometimes it works, sometimes not so much.
I am now offering some of my work to be purchased via canvas prints, small framed art prints, iPad/iPhone skins, notecards and a few other options via Society6 (click my gallery link below). I am still working out a few bugs here and there but wanted to share my gallery in the meantime.
If nothing else I’d love to have you promote me, like me or comment if you see something that interests you. Also, please read the “About” link on my gallery page. This just gives some feedback about this work, paper and quality, and me in general. Many thanks for your support and I am continuing to work on larger pieces that will be offered very soon. Stay posted!
On Friday evenings there’s always some sort of band playing at one of the local coffee shops. It’s always a great time and I was able to play a little myself. It’s always interesting to see what you end up with when the band never stops moving and performing.