Saturday, January 30, 2010

FieldNotes/4Barrel/Ritual/KuruToga/Saturday

Saturday sketching. Back to graphite after a brief flirt with thin ink lines. Field Notes books really hold pencil well, so it works out.
Also, I've put a link to my twitter page on the sidebar. I plan to use it to talk about film, writing, and other things that bear out it short form, and feel inappropriate here.
Check it out, if so inclined.







20 comments:

rad sechrist said...

Very cool.

Stephen Thompson said...

Those three panel pages would make lovely comic book pages.

chromasketch said...

awesome work

flaviano said...

just wow! the life framed into a storyboard!
love the man who laugh.

A.J. Bell said...

Great panels. I have to agree with one of the above posts, these panels would make for a few good comic pages.

Jeffrey said...

great sketches!

Eric Vanucci said...

Lovely style and sketches!!! Congrats!

A said...

Wonderful sketches!

DrawDoll said...

awesome sketches so inspiring :)

Ty Carter said...

beautiful sketches James!

JP said...

Nice Idea to use story frames on your sketches. lovely elastic poses!

Raymond Xu said...

awesome!

nima said...

very cool!!!,I'm a great fan of this kind of drawings,very alive and very expressive.Bravo!!!

powell said...

I dig your style. you are gifted..

Brandon said...

Glad I found your work. great designs and compositions!

J said...

Thanks guys! I've been trying to tie work in more with sketching.

kalonji said...

excellent sketches !

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ALEX WOO said...

you can draw like a mofo James... I hate you.

Quentin Lebegue said...

Oh my God I love your style. And it's amazing how you handle perspective with so few lines. Your work rocks. You're such an inspiration to me...