While drawing last night I stood the book up on the table in order to view from a short distance. It is helpful to change perspective in order to better see what is working and what is not. Flipping the work upside down or looking at it in the mirror also helps. Read More
By Robert James
This drawing is PITT artist pens over gouache, on top of penciled notes. The initial line drawing is in sanguine and the white highlights are a gel rollerball. Read More
A friend of mine grew this awesome mustache a while back. Read More
This is on the page opposite the Leonard Cohen drawing from the last post, Read More
A drawing from the summer, after a photo of the great Leonard Cohen.
Poblano peppers are something I had never cooked with, or made drawings of, until yesterday. Read More
I’m still here! Hello!
It is a good thing for me that blog neglect is not a crime. Read More
Texas sweet yellow onion. This one got chopped and cooked with some green bell pepper and beef fajita meat. Read More
Literally. Another sketch from vacation. While driving through downtown Arroyo Grande one morning I happened upon Centennial Park. Read More
I am back in Texas now, and mowing the backyard this morning I sorely missed the cool California weather. Our first couple of days of family vacation in California we spent in San Diego and we stayed at a great little hotel called Mudville Flats in the East Village, Gaslamp district. Above is a drawing I did on our back porch while having my morning coffee. Read More