Wow! I can't say how impressed I was at the end of sketchcrawl looking through the books. What a fun-filled day! I'm glad everyone is posting up there work. So good.
It was really nice to hang around one central area with so much to draw from!
Eduardo, what fun. I love the last sketch of the card game.
Jim, nice scenes and great website.
lifeartist, the popular musician sketch is absolutely fantastic.
Larry, nice to meet you at the crawl. I love the whimsy in your trees and observation in all the sketches.
Enrico, thanks for posting Nancy's dolls (so much talent in so many fields).
Colin, the sketch with the dog watching the people eating sandwiches is perfect. My favorite. You captured the moment!
Danny, I wish I would have been quick enough to get a sketch in of the boy pulling the box. Great stuff.
Bill, nice painting of the ladies in line (and wonderful blog, too).
Andrea, impressive as always! I really like the 2nd sketch with the little girl (reminds me of a little version of you). And nice face study on the page with the elder in a beanie.
Mr. Hoffman, I don't miss the color at all. Love the sketches, and glad to have found your blog again.
Ronnie, the Sketchbook Sharing page is so fun. That one really stuck out in my mind after we all swapped books. I think it's that mix of simplicity of line and the four solid colors. Oh, and thanks for all of the pictures of the day.
Jason, champion line quality! I love these sketches! Particularly the first blue penciled page with the two men on the benches.
Nadine, love the group of people standing on the right page of the third image. Wonderful work.
Nancy, both sketches are really nice. Seems a weird thing to say, but, whatever you did to get that quality in the sky in the 2nd picture is fantastic. I keep trying to guess whether you did it at the pencil stage with smearing or with photoshop afterward.
Amelia, great sketch work, nice blog and figure drawings, and best of luck with the CalArts app.
Dice, good god.
Enrico, thanks for posting the scans! That second image is gorgeous.
Marco, what great fluid line work on all the sketches, and awesome blog.
Martha, you really made your way around! Your art has a nostalgic color storybook quality. Reminds me of some German children's books I saw a few years back.
Gerald, if that first brush pen sketch was the cover of a book, I'd buy it. Without a title, without opening it. Even without a coupon to Barnes and Noble. I'd pay full price. Well done.
Irene, you really did that lamp (and street scene) justice. Kudos.
Emma, I love the sketch of everyone at the table. Great stuff as always.
Paul, you picked up on subjects that not many others touched. I love that last page, and nice blog, too.
Daniela, perfect balance of emotion, story, and weight in your work (and you got the woman with the box).
Gary, I am utterly impressed. Love the angles you chose to tackle.
Terry, beautiful studies with beautiful shapes! I really like the man talking to the baby.
James, thanks for the tips (means a lot) and astounding sketches as always. There were so many gems in your book!
Paul T., some nice sketches and good luck at Pratt.
Leeroy, you are an inspiration! So much good stuff, I dunno where to start.
Chris, I love that second page with the sketches of the sketchers. So talented. And thanks for sitting and talking.
Hope to see you all at the next crawl, and have more time and courage to meet even more people. Everyone was so very nice and happy to share their work and knowledge!