These are buildings in downtown Columbus, Ohio. Can anyone guess where I was in downtown Columbus?
I drew this while looking at a cover I liked. What do you think makes this style unique? I'm not sure why I like it, exactly, but i do.
This is a picture in a magazine I liked. My cross-hatching is getting better.
This is a lamp I found nearby. The shading's getting better.
Speaking of cross-hatching, I think this takes the cake. It turned out lots better than I thought it would. Let me know what to do to make the cross-hatching better.
This is a comic book woman I liked, so I drew her.
I drew this from a newspaper picture of a football coach.
I just felt like doing a still life of something handy, so I drew the watercolor panit set next to me. What would you do to improve the shading?
Here's a picture of Shakira I did with ink.
Okay, so I added a basket with the lamp, making things more symmetrical, maybe?
Here are some candles I just felt like drawing.
Here's a picture of actor James Franco I liked.
Here's a drawing from a picture of a tree in the shape of a face.
Here's a still life I like.
Here's another still life.
Here's a picture of a skateboarder.
Here's one of my first pastel drawings.
Every day I try to do five drawing of my hand.
I was told that Normal Rockwell said that if you can draw five hands a day,
you can draw anything. Here's how mine look these days.
Here's a picture of a shirtless rapper. I like how it turned out.
I found this picture in a magazine. I just like it.
Here is a woman that looked interesting to me.
I was interested in this woman's hair.