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Drawing Sweeps

October 10, 2018 — Leave a comment

I have used automotive sweeps for a long time to clean up my final drawings. I even use them on my digital equipment now. I have used them so much I had a few of them break after so much use. So I wanted to find a way to make another set for myself, I did that and I decided to share them with everybody in the design and art world. They have several various curves that help with your final sketches for product, automotive and concept design.  They work great with all digital products like the iPad and Cintiq monitors and actually increase your workflow speed. If you would like a set please go to my online store and get your pre-order in now and they will be shipped out the week of 10-22-18. I am knocking off $5 if you order them before I have full stock on 10-22-18. Buy your Drawing Sweeps here

First Hi to everyone that still visits my blog. I want to really focus some time on revamping and doing some new and fresh art for all my supporters. In the last few years since I have been working full time again I have kind of let things go and I have not been producing many final pieces of art. As you can see in my instagram feed I am still sketching a lot but no finished pieces. When i was producing final pieces I was traveling to hot rod shows and I always needed something fresh. Now I think it is is time to shake off the dust and get back at it. My first goal is to finish the Hot Rod Car Themed Card Deck called the Burner Deck. If you haven’t seen me working on it I am hand inking each piece for a card deck I am going to produce and all the proceeds will be going to a Charity by the name of Redeeming Love. They are an organization that helps victims from the Human Trafficking trade here in the US.  So I am very energized to get that thing launched. Then after that I have a few things I would like to do but I need to give it some thought and time to see what is next. In the mean time check out my instagram feed to see more updates just look for that link in the upper right hand corner.  Here are a couple images from the card deck project below. Talk soon

Dwayne

Back into the Mix

August 30, 2012 — 5 Comments

Well I am back at it after taking some time off this past week. I unplugged for the most part and did not look at the digital world while I was gone.  Took  time to really focus on my family and have some fun. It was a great time to be refreshed and get prepared to take on some big tasks. I have a new tutorial series planned for Masters of Chicken Scratch blog along with some tutorials for an online learning community. I have also been talking Continue Reading…

Drawing Hot Rods for Kids

August 13, 2012 — 4 Comments

 

So I got the opportunity to teach a kids art class last week and I had a blast doing it. My Kids are involved with an art program here in Corona at Continue Reading…


Here is part 2 of my hot rod sketch in the Masters of Chicken Scratch Vol 2. I finish the process of walking you through my sketch process. I cover a several topics as Continue Reading…

Busy times

July 12, 2012 — 2 Comments

Modern version of a Cheetah race car

Been an extremely busy week. But all good stuff. So on another note I will be out at Comic Con over the weekend in San Diego Fri Sat and Sun from 21-2 in the Wacom booth. Come by and ask me questions or just Continue Reading…

 

Well I truly thank you for everyone’s feedback on my blog from the three questions I asked. This is a video based on your comments of leaving it Continue Reading…

Free artwork give away

June 28, 2012 — 47 Comments

These pieces of art are just a few pieces you can select from if you name is drawn. But you have to answer the questions below.

So I did put up a normal blog post today.  I wanted to ask a  few questions. I asked this question over on my Facebook page and want to hear from all of you from Continue Reading…

 

This is a tutorial that explains how to hold your wrist when you are sketching. It is very common when people first start to draw they will use their wrist and draw scratchy lines. To get good quality lines you need to Continue Reading…

Car Craft Radio

June 24, 2012 — Leave a comment

I was honored to spend some time with Steve Strope and The Editor of Car Craft magazine Jeff Smith. We were on Car Craft Radio talking about the Masters of Chicken Scratch book series. So the guys that were there were Tom Fritz, Chris Brown, Eric Tscherne and myself Dwayne Vance. We tell a little about our different Continue Reading…