The previous dentist chair sketch was ink work for this illustration, an assignment from the Washington Post for an illustration to accompany an editorial about defunding the United States Institute of Peace. Below are the thumbnails. This was a quick deadline, one day for sketches, two days for art. I started out with a peace [...]
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…while waiting for the drill, sketch for a current job.
I created this piece for the University of Minnesota’s Alumni magazine‘s summer issue for a short story about the manager of a fast-food restaurant, Mr. Ted. I started out thumbnailing quick concepts about grease and the deep-fryer and grill, and since the story was also about two of Mr. Ted’s workers, I worked up some [...]
Today, I was sketching with my students at Nina’s Coffee Cafe, actually spent most of my time grading but got in a quick couple of sketches, one here with some notes from my friend Zak Sally‘s presentation to my other class. In addition, a couple of sketches from September, sketchbook catching-up day. The top sketch [...]
This week, I took my digital illustration classes outside of the computer lab to sketch food. For my sketches, I decided to start with candy, found out that pretzels aren’t the easiest thing to draw. Then I tried a cupcake from Starbucks followed by a pig’s foot, a fish, and some vegetables from an Asian [...]
Another sketch from the Downtowner, dinner tonight with my daughter after her Irish Dance class. This is the assistant chef.