Friday, April 22, 2005

This is a charcoal sketch I did the other night. When I first tried charcoal, I didn't like it at all. I now love it. I have done a few sketches with the charcoal and they always turn out nice. I like the look and the simplicity of the lines I use with charcoal and the drawings just seem to flow onto the page. Posted by Hello

Saturday, April 09, 2005

Here is one of my very first drawings. Looking for something to draw can sometimes be a challenge in itself at this early stage. I sat the boot on the table in front of me and drew. I like it alot. I took alot of time to do it and the end result is worth the effort. It makes me think I can draw anything if I put my mind to it. Posted by Hello

Wednesday, April 06, 2005

First day back at RMH since october 2004. So first go at drawing anything from here. There is just as much to draw here as there is at Footscray. Not much!! Here I have drawn a pencil sketch of an office chair and a little fluffy dog next to a shifter. The doggy came with the McDonalds lunch one of the other guys bought. I coloured these drawings with water colour when I got home. Click on the image to enlarge. Posted by Hello
This is a bug study I did of a poor little dead bug I found in the workshop at work. I liked the look of it and so quickly drew a few sketches. I coloured it when i got home. I love this page. Posted by Hello
Another graphite sketch, I drew this drawing using a "How to draw animals" book. I love the way it came out. Posted by Hello
This is a Picture of Ted. Ted lays on the grass and watches out to sea all day long, waiting for his master to come home from fishing. Here he is...waiting...watching...ever vigilant. He is a very old and loyal dog. Posted by Hello
This is a quick pencil sketch I did while the guys were catching some baby fish for bait. Visiting Mallacoota, a small fishing town on the eastern coast of Victoria, Australia, to do a spot of fishing. Well Lindsay was there to fish, I was there to draw, paint, and relax. I sat on the rocks further up the beach, drew and coloured on site. I really enjoyed the whole experience and wish I could do it much more often so that I could get better at it. I actually like the childlike feel of this drawing. Posted by Hello

Saturday, April 02, 2005

This is one of my first drawing since I started drawing in November 2004. I decided to draw something every day from January 2005 to improve my skills. There is not much to see where I work though and this power drill was just sitting there...begging..! So I drew it. It must have been on a day when the bosses were off because as you can clearly see, I have taken my time with this one. Its just graphite (2B) on a small visual diary. Easy size to pop into my work bag. Posted by Hello