Category Archives: Drawings

Famous Faces: Star Wars

Throughout the past week, we’ve been watching the Star Wars saga :). Graphite on paper, 8×10. More Star Wars portraits coming soon ~

Luke

Portrait Commission – Baby James

My good friend from across the country asked me to do a portrait of adorable, 4-month-old baby James :). Graphite on paper, 8″x10″:

James

James(detail)

 

 

 

Of Sketches: Etsy Update

It took some time, but my Etsy shop is now well stocked with tiny paintings! :-). Please take a look and share, like, pin, tweet, enjoy. A warm thanks to you.

TheTinyPainting-Etsy

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BlueButterflyWC ForestFireStudy(Flipped) LandscapeCA(AView) treeandlakestudy(Aview) TreeIllustration

 

Famous Faces: Albert Einstein

I let the occasion dictate the portrait today; it gave me an excuse to draw a most iconic face. ..and mad-scientist hair.

Happy Birthday to dear Albert Einstein. And Happy Pi Day to everyone :-P.

Graphite on paper, 8″x 10″.

AlbertEinstein1 IMG_3706

Here’s an epic Einstein quote: “If I were not a physicist, I would probably be a musician. I often think in music.”

Famous Faces: Happy Birthday, Lewis Carroll

Lewis Carroll, pen name for Charles Lutwidge Dodgson was born on this day (January 27), 1832, well-known mostly as the author of Alice and Wonderland.

On this day, 2013, I tried sketching his portrait — as well as a study from one of John Tenniel’s illustrations in Alice and Wonderland (1865 edition). Graphite on paper, dimensions of each: rather small.

LewisCaroll - Graphite, 5x7, 2013

alice-John-Tenniel

Of Sketches: 100 Faces

I recently came across this sketch challenge: draw 100 faces, each in 30 seconds or less. Though I haven’t reached that number of faces at one time, I have scribbled a few here and there — quickly as possible and with ink instead of pencil.

Try it yourself :-). Some sketches prompted by Holly Herick’s 100 faces challenge :