Sunday, May 10, 2009


I've always had trouble keeping a consistently updated sketchbook, and I've lately fallen into only doing sketches for whatever job I had currently on my plate. I've often found myself in the position of not having the time to just sit and sketch and work out my "sketching muscles", having instead to scramble for freelance jobs and concentrate on whatever job needs my focus, but current circumstances have given me a bit more room to concentrate on my sketchbook, so that's what I'm gonna do!

This quick sketch is part of my study for an upcoming piece based on the music of ELECTRIC SIX (It's an "evil boy eating an evil hamburger"). Their lyrics have been the inspiration for the seeds of many illustrations to come, as well as helping to power me through many long nights of working, and I hope to have more to share with you soon.


Robin Goodfellow said...

great hands!

Dustin dArnault said...

I am glad to hear your keeping a sketch book now! I know how it is to loose track of one, and not flex those "muscles".
Star Trek was amazing, it had just enough nostalgia and just enough reinvention to make a well balanced film! Plus hot green space chicks.

Godmachine said...

things i cant draw: smoke, fire and good. This is lovely mate

Seven said...

Wow, this came out nice. Love all the detail!