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This is a video I did that is included in the Masters of Chicken Scratch Vol 2. I go through my Continue Reading…

Sketching Ellipses “Gettin your wheels right”

Ellipse Sketches

Ellipse Sketches

 

 

So this starts to get a little more difficult . Now we will try some ellipses. This is the foundation for drawing cars. Wheels are used for stance and proportion. If your wheels are Continue Reading…

Freestyle Sketchin

June 15, 2012 — 2 Comments
Hot Rod Book Sketch

hot rod book sketch

Thanks for stopping by again. So this is a 30 min video of me sketching in one of the Masters of Chicken Scratch Vol 2 books. This is the Continue Reading…

This is a quick sketch out of my sketch book and is the result of committing to yes I am going to do it, not try to do it.

As any creative we get extremely busy at times and can get overwhelmed. One thing I have started to practice is removing the word “Try” from my vocabulary. By doing this Continue Reading…


So here is part 3 of “improve your sketches” series. This starts to become a little more difficult to do but with practice you will get better. This time we are moving away from sketching lines and we will be Continue Reading…

Russian Attack

June 7, 2012 — 2 Comments

I kinda laughed when I did the title just because of the old video game nostalgia, “one of my favorite games of the past”. But hey on another note this is another piece I Continue Reading…

 

This is a small scene I am working on for an app for the Ipad and Iphone. It is called Macs Mini Rods and you a re a kid that loves to build miniature hot rods. This here is an early comp for the Garage scene.

 


So last week I posted a small simple exercise you can use to improve your sketching abilities. Here is another simple warm up you can do before stating your sketches. Again this is training your Continue Reading…

Improve your sketching abilities
You can improve your sketching abilities by doing this as a warm up before you sketch. Make two dots on a piece of paper then connect the dots with one stroke. Try to keep Continue Reading…