cool pool sketch! it's not that often you get to see a pool illo where the artist shows the shimmering pool surface AND the steps, drain & what-not that lie beneath that surface. I LOVE THIS drawing for that reason most of all!i also dig the saskwatch <--- (how 'bout dat spelling?) looking character on the pool dressing room. does that mean that only the folks shaped like this figure get to swim & all others will be turned away at the gate? hee hee!very groovy drawing justin! i love the coney island rollercoaster sketch too. OH HECK - i love to get lost in ALL of you drawings. . . . now where's muh swim trunks!!??;-)v
Dude;you can totally draw your ass off... man these are sweeet.. if i could sketch like that I'd dance in the streets, as it is I'm all about the finish, my sketches suck (seriously)
Valarie, thank you so much for the sweet comments. I sure miss ya. I was watching the puppeteers for the show I'm working on, and was thinking how that's yet another area where I could see you working your magic. I'll never forget how you brought my Easter bunny drawing to life that time with your hilarious voice-over!!! Remember? It's so cool to get art insights from you cuz you're such a talent. PLEASE let me know when your children's book comes out! Maybe we'll have to collaborate someday on a kid's book about the "Saskwatch" figure I drew!! HahaSaul, THANKS! I'm deeply honored, my friend, to get such kudos from a fellow digital artist. I really appreciate it. I need to find a way to showcase more of my sketches in addition to digital work, because I do love sketching by hand. Your compliment makes me want to sketch more, actually. It's funny, the difference between working by hand and working digitally. I like both, and like the outcome of both, but it's hard to find a nice middle ground. I think you've found a nice, polished niche for yourself.
i really like your sketches,what puppets?good stuff!
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