Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Random Dudes


I was messin' around with an Extra Fine Sharpie. I've been so inspired by the wonderful character sketches I've seen on so many talented artist's blogs. I love this blogging thing and it is SO cool to feel like I'm connecting to artists from all over the world.

15 comments:

Katie McDee said...

Wow Dave! Those are fantastic!

Alina Chau said...

These are great character drawings!! Love the design!

Paige Keiser said...

Wow! This line work is excellent! Lots of grumpy men ;-)

G1toons said...

the grumpy guy on the bottom right is my favourite one, love his expression cool stuff

St John Street said...

Dave you couldn't be more right it's a treat for me to see what others do and to have them take the time to look at my own stuff your work looks great, if I can offer any adivce it would be that make everyline speaks volumes by saying more than one thing with it and that u can say the most with the least if well thought out that was a very important lesson for me to learn hope it helps bro thanks for all the support it great knowing such great artist as yourself can appreciate my work hope your kool take care!!!

GhettoFab said...

completely kick ace stuff Dave! Always a pleasure stoppin by here for the great eye candy! Keep em comin!

Hans said...

Hey Dave,

Great sketches! Love the dissatified gentlman in the bottom right corner. I totally agree with you, what would we do without the blogs!!!

Gulzar said...

Simply great...I too have felt the same way...

thanks for all goin support friend...
Hope you do really well...

cheers
Gulzar

martin wittig said...

Dave, The guys are great! I love the pen line quality, it feels a little harder than the soft penciled look. But the best part is definitely those expressions and interesting shapes! Good Job!

GhettoFab said...

always been a big fan of yours Dave, so the link is highly appreciated!

Cedric said...

Great sketches. I agree, this blogging thing is awesome!

Jaimie said...

your sketches are wonderful. I love those extra fine sharpies too. I use all colors of them in my paintings. I found your blog by chance reading a comment you left on another. You asked about keeping acrylics from drying out. I can keep mine wet indefinitely by using one of those flat plastic boxes with the sponge. You can get them at michaels or any other craft or art supply store. The one I use is called Masterson's Sta-Wet Painter's Pal

Clive said...

Yeah,I love the line and the expression too, nice sketches, Dave. And this newfangled blogging thing...

St John Street said...

Dave just wanted 2 say thanks again and i hope I didn't come off to pushy take care bro!!!

Kactiguy said...

Cool old guys. Nice!