I created this sketch portrait back in April, but, I never posted it here. So...I thought, why not share it here as well! It's Friday night in my little corner of the world. I'm looking forward to a great weekend. I hope everyone else is as well. Cheers, Mike
Experimentation... This is William, I found him on Sktchy. With this sketch, I simply wanted to loosen up a bit, not be so rigid, and try to let myself go and have a little fun with the sketch. I'm not sure that I achieved the look I wanted, but, any attempt is better than no…
Another portrait inspired via sktchy. Visit the blog to see my latest sketch. Thanks!
More Sktchy app goodness. Visit the blog to see my latest sketch. Thanks!
More Sktchy goodness. Visit the blog to see my latest sketch. Thanks!
Please visit the blog to see my Sabrina's portrait.
I'm not sure why I find sketching a human skull so intriguing...but I do. I guess I simply find the shape and form fun to draw. I enjoy shading the eye sockets and the sharp contrast of the skull against a dark background. Please visit the blog to see my latest sketch.
Please visit the blog to see my latest sketch.
Please visit the blog to see my sketch of Bearded Thomas.
This graphite portrait of Rick was a challenge and a lot of fun to draw. How can you go wrong with goggles and hose clamps?
Ale's Portrait, inspiration found on Sktchy.
Another Sktchy inspired portrait. This time I went back to pen and ink.
I've been doing pen and ink exclusively since the beginning of Inktober. This morning I really wanted to sketch with graphite. Please visit the blog to see the results.
Another Sktchy app portrait. Please visit the blog and take a look.
So a few days ago I posted a portrait sketch and wrote about the app Sktchy. I am still enjoy the app and I am beginning to build up a collection of inspiration photos in my queue. Click the link to see my latest sketch (via Sktchy).