Cheating again for #inktober, a semi-blind contour drawing from an older sketchbook.
An attack of (mostly) quick blind contour faces from season 4 of The Walking Dead
Boxing day, relaxing on the couch with the family.
Blind contour of some beaten up wicker chairs in a small, tucked away lounge at my workplace.
Line drawing with Leah.
My latest submission for Niff and Sutter’s Blind Contour Fridays. Click the link and join in! This month’s theme is … More
My submission for Niff and Sutter’s Blind Contour Fridays. If you follow the link and check out everyone’s work, you’ll … More
Niff and Sutter’s third ‘Blind Contour First Friday’. The theme is ‘breakfast time’. Here you find a bag of milk, … More
Niff and Sutter’s second ‘Blind Contour First Friday’. It was supposed to be ‘Out the Window’ this month but instead … More
Niff and Sutter’s first ‘Blind Contour First Friday’. It was moved from a weekly to a monthly format because it … More
First a blind contour of the gentleman reading. Then a more detailed study. Fortunately our subject today was engrossed in … More
Another older blind contour drawing, this one from August of 2004. At one point in drawing people on the subway … More
Blind contour of a fidgety man waiting on a street corner, Yonge and Eglinton.
A blind contour sketch from earlier this year – March 29th actually.
My daughter’s boots, lying off the mat and on our wood floor. Hmm — I must talk to her about … More
Well, this poor gentleman sitting in front of me (above), a robust freshman on his way to what I think … More
This is also my Blind Contour Friday contribution — the minivan above was a blind contour I drew waiting for … More
A three- or four- second mad gesture drawing.