I recently completed another painting and thought it would be fun to share how it evolved.
Here are some more sketches from my old sketchbook. This set is primarily surrealistic (or, as some might say, creepy). For some odd reason, there seems to be a surprisingly large number of meat related sketches. Enjoy!
I really like to paint. I started back in college, on a whim. One fine day, I bought some oil paints, brushes, and a canvas, and started painting.
I recently discovered an old sketchbook with a bunch of sketches I did in 1999 and 2000. Here is a set of beautiful female faces I drew while trying to learn how to do portraits. Enjoy!
I like to doodle. I do it frequently, mostly in meetings. Just to clear the air, my doodling during meetings does not mean that I’m not paying attention. In fact, it’s the opposite. (I’m apparently not alone in this: there was a study a few years ago which demonstrated the phenomenon).
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