Sunday, July 29, 2007


edit: Aug.2.07 - quickie post-it sketch doodle.

Here are some sketches from the week, the last one was done during subway commuting time, and the other two were done while fiddling around on my tablet pc. The first sketch is some character designs for another potential film idea I have...the second is trying a paint-only sketch in Sketchbook pro and the last is a colored drawing of a girl on the subway as I was going to see the Simpsons movie (which was really good by the way, I suggest you go check it out).

Monday, July 23, 2007

Just so you know....

moleskine sketchbook...

one of those little sketches no one is supposed to see...

Just so you know I'm still alive. I've been busy working hard on the film, I've posted some doodles I did at work while taking a break from using the computer - inspired by a stack of post-it notes sitting by my desk, and looking at James' blog what with his infinite inspiration and my knowledge of people doing things on the subway after seeing them day after day. These were the doodles I liked, a stack more went into their new home, the trash can.
The sketchbook page is from my iDea book, which I've been writing tons (and yes, that is my writing, and yes, I've been told repeatedly that I write like a girl) I've blurred some of the stuff, just because the story is constantly still evolving and I didn't want give it all away yet.
The last drawing is a VERY QUICK inspirational doodle/idea sketch that I did the other day (one of many) to allow me to figure out possible directions that the story could take. It doesn't really mean much, but eludes to a possible backstory.
That's all for now, post more as I get the time - I have a whole sketchbook of subway drawings and characters that I have waiting to be scanned...hopefully this weekend. Also, thanks VERY much to everyone who has been commenting, it is greatly appreciated, and great to know that people actually look at this thing. Thank you.
Till then.

Monday, July 16, 2007


Sorry again for not posting for a while, I was out of town in Montreal and then ran into some arm/hand issues...prevented me from drawing for a bit, still taking it a little easier, but getting back into the swing of things. I've been playing around with zBrush a bit, in fact, this was pretty much my first foray into said program - I used it as digital clay and sculpted a bust of the cab driver character. I'm not really happy with the way the ears are from pretty much any angle, nor the eyes (especially from the side view) but it's as much an experiment into sculpting as it is an experiment in the program. It's not much, but it'll hold up til I get some drawings on here. Hope you like it. C&C welcome.