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Friday, August 17, 2007

Sketchbook Extravaganza!

















As promised. They are in blog order (newest to oldest.) None of these have been edited or cleaned up yet, all are as I orginally drew them... without pencil. I don't know what compelled me to scan this much of the sketchbook. I am supposed to be packing. I leave for San Jose tomorrow. Aaron and I will be driving down to L.A. on tuesday, then Flagstaff on Wednesday and we should be getting to Santa Fe by Thursday. I'm now on pg 212 of Don Quixote and it doesn't look like I'll be picking up speed until we get to the desert.

Here are the last three pages in their proper order:





Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Oh dear...


It's pretty much been way too long since my last post, i.e. all summer. But. That's because I learned to actually draw in a sketch book to the point where I only have two pages left. This will be the first sketch book I ever finish in the history of my life. I do not have the patience for such things. I buy new sketch books. I like new things. I guess it helped that this sketchbook was 7 inches tall and four inches wide, but hey I'm still proud. When i finish I'll make sure to post a monster sketchbook extravaganza. For now I leave you with a Great Moments inspired by my inability to read Don Quixote desipite the fact that I enjoy it. Page count is currently 123 out of 1170. I have like two weeks left.