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 this. After the blind contour of course. Visit the wonderful Inkfinger to see them all. Not many updates from me this week – sorry… I’m on vacation and barely going outside, let alone riding theContinue reading “Blind Contour Friday 23 – Leah’s boots”
Well, this poor gentleman sitting in front of me (above), a robust freshman on his way to what I think is a kind of college for gym teachers, was my subject for Blind Contour Friday. Him and the tassle in his hat. Not a good morning, his jacket collar turned into the mouth of anContinue reading “Blind Contour Friday 22 – the travelling arm”
This is also my Blind Contour Friday contribution — the minivan above was a blind contour I drew waiting for the bus to work, at Finch Station. The women below it I drew later on the bus, but not as a blind contour. Looking at the page later it seemed to me they were collectivelyContinue reading “Dreaming”
A three- or four- second mad gesture drawing.
Blind contour of the marching band milling about as they reached the end of the Santa Clause parade in 2004. A fun ‘sketchcrawl’ outing.
If it weren’t for the blind contour I don’t think I would have noticed how different a person’s chin can be.