Posts Tagged ‘SKETCHBOOK’
I was leafing through my travel notebook recently, and picked some pages to scan.
I was cleaning my office and found the notebook I kept when my wife and I went to birth classes.
My pocket notebooks aren’t about pretty drawings or good penmanship — they’re about capturing ideas and the general debris of everyday life.
This morning to warm up I drew some entries from one of my favorite Tumblrs, Screenshots of Despair.
What my sketchbook looks like when I’m traveling.
I started this 300-page Miquelrius notebook in July of ’09. I wanted it to be the opposite of all those precious, perfect Moleskines you see online…
A sketch of a food trailer.
Sketchbook drawings of an interview between Billy Bob Thornton and Evan Smith on Texas Monthly Talks.
Notes on the lecture, “Design with Climate: Building for a cooler planet” by Werner Lang
Examples of comic artists drawing their significant other…
Sketchbook comics of a Scott McCloud lecture at the University of Texas.
I like to draw while watching TV: I drew this while watching Ken Burns’ new documentary, which is quite good. The guy who told this story is a badass.