I sketch—period.

Posted on Friday 20 February 2009

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10 Comments for 'I sketch—period.'

  1.  
    February 20, 2009 | 6:08 pm
     

    Very good words of wisdom. I’ve been sketching more digitally, and now I miss sketching in my sketchbooks. Thanks for the inspiration and the reminder to always sketch.

  2.  
    February 21, 2009 | 1:51 am
     

    It’s good to know that even those we admire don’t find sketching “easy”. I feel bad showing off my sketchbook sometimes for all the bad “art”, but i know that all it is is reference for future pictures, weather commissioned or not. Sketching is the basics being practiced all the time, thank you for the reminder. Keep sketching… and keep showing off your awesome art.

  3.  
    February 24, 2009 | 3:43 am
     

    Dice – you are my new favorite artist. Going to study up and learn some things from your work now.

  4.  
    February 24, 2009 | 12:23 pm
     

    WOW!. No words!

  5.  
    February 25, 2009 | 6:15 pm
     

    Hey Dice!
    These are wonderful observations and they feel very personal. You know I remember drawing with James at SVA and at the Spring Street Studio. Yeah he’s got a good eye man. Thanks for the linkage.
    *R

  6.  
    cK
    February 26, 2009 | 2:57 am
     

    Dice,

    The thing that I enjoy about your sketches is that it is on the edge of a dream and reality. For this reason, your NYC, Tokyo, SF sketches do not really have a cultural aspect as it is floating on a dream. I truelly enjoy them. I never told you but I am drawing in my head. Unfortunately, I do not have eye to hand coordination to put it on paper. For this reason, I can only appreciate the art kami-sama like your work, Bill Cone, Dani S., Enrico, Ronnie, Catia, Rickey N to name a few. Keep on posting. I will pass on to others.

    BR,

    cK

  7.  
    February 26, 2009 | 12:25 pm
     

    Hi Dice. Long distance fan from the UK here, absolutely love your stuff, keep it coming. You’ll be happy to know I’ve just lined your pockets a little by picking up the OOP books… Volume II came through first… fantastic, can’t wait to receive volume I!

  8.  
    March 1, 2009 | 8:04 pm
     

    –Gerald
    Merci!
    And yeah, keep sketching….with a pen and pencil!! I don’t want you to lose your beautiful pencil ability!

    –Natalia
    yep! It’s really true. We all have to keep going. Those artists we all admire such as James Jean, Nathan Fowkes, and Barron Storey are sketching more than anyone. That’s why they add the distance between themselves and the rest of us! 🙂
    Luckily we all love sketching and it’s not a painful effort.

    –Tom
    thanks a lot. I saw your blog and you have some amazing stuff there too!
    Thanks for stopping by.

    –Nacho
    Muchas Gracias!

    –Rob
    That’s right! James was an SVA graduate!

    –CK
    Thanks! And that’s awesome to hear you are drawing in your head. that’s why you have such good taste in your collection. You are as much of an artist as any other.

    –Luke
    Thanks mate!
    That’ll definitely help for sure. OOP books have not been so well unfortunately. It may go out of print soon! Your support is very much appreciated!

  9.  
    March 5, 2009 | 11:55 am
     

    Wow… I love It!! Really! It’s just… wow!
    I wish I could draw like you do! ^^

  10.  
    ronald
    June 25, 2009 | 6:22 am
     

    good job on the sketches im an artist no a sketch artist i dont know how to sketch lol have to try it

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