One of the most gratifying things about the exhibit I had of my 20 Lines drawings a few years ago was the chance to have my very own art exhibit poster. Imagining it hanging on strangers’ walls inspired me to write this short essay on the role posters play in our lives.
A report from my first solo drawing exhibit in Barcelona in 2015;
I recently finished a one-year drawing project called “20 Lines”
page 23 of Drawn Onward click to enlarge
Here’s a tryout for an activity we’re considering including in volume 2 of DWWP. It’s a warm-up exercise whose goal is to activate your drawing and storytelling muscles at the same time. I’m not entirely sure how well it works so I would appreciate and comments on what follows. Better yet, if anyone is inspired […]
Recently I started drawing images from films in my sketchbook. I draw them from memory, at almost thumbnail size, within a day or two of seeing the movie. I’m finding it a good way to keep a dialogue going with a film, recording images that struck me in some way. It’s part film diary, part […]
Here are a few sketches of the two characters in a 32-page comic I’ve been vainly trying to find the time to finish these last couple of years… (The comic itself will be in B&W and will look most like the subway sketch and the second sketch of Ana: chunky brush line and a lot […]
A wonderful drawing (modified only slightly for enhanced surrealism) from Ernest R. Norling’s excellent Perspective Made Easy (1939):