Blog of the week

Posted on Wednesday 13 December 2006

One of the things I wanted to do was to write a little review of the blogs I like. I started my own blog a few weeks ago and realized how useful it is to do blogs. I always wasn’t a big fan of websites with too many images so I only want to show a little portion of my work to keep it simple. But with blogs, you can really show some random sketches and silly images and stay connected with my fellow artists friends. I follow so many blogs and I really love how I get to see their ramdom images too.
So here is my first blog recommendation.
James Jean.
I am sure most of you already know his work. He is one of the most respected young illustrators/comic arists in America Today. I met him through SVA friends. He was a few years behind me so I didn’t get to know him in school but I always followed his work once I found out about his talent. His blog is so giving… It gives you so much juice that all artists crave for.


from James Jean’s sketchbook—–how does he draw like this? I drool over his line work!

3 Comments for 'Blog of the week'

  1.  
    malaño
    December 14, 2006 | 12:27 am
     

    hola mi nombre es malaño y estoy invitando a todos los bloggers que visiten mi nuevo blog
    y que dejen sus comentarios
    el tema es: ilustracion y dibujo.

  2.  
    December 14, 2006 | 12:27 pm
     

    Hey dice! Say hi to Galen and James for me. I haven’t really kept in touch with too many people from the bootcamp. I have been finding a few of them popping up on blogs though. Things are really good and busy in Toronto. I really like your paintings. Keep up the great stuff.

  3.  
    samantha
    December 16, 2006 | 3:49 pm
     

    James Jean is increduble! I really love his sketchbook stuff

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