Saturday, November 15, 2008

diner napkin 2 and painting

A couple of weeks ago I was sitting at the diner on 4th and Union drawing the people at the table across from me. This one girl happened to be particularly large, and I exaggerated every roll and fold associated to her shapely form. Then the waitress asked if she could have the drawing, she liked it so much she told me. Even though I was actually going to use this as a research sketch for my short film, I gave it to her since she was really enthusiastic about it. I never expected her to walk over to the girl I'd been drawing and show her! Man Alive!, was I ever blushing at that moment. I hope she wasn't insulted. Fortunately the last two weeks I've been able to get the window table, and these are from this morning. I thought I'd also post up a sample of some of the paintings (well- markers and some watercolours) that I've been experimenting with in the last two weeks.


Lovelace said...

Lovely sketches, and REALLY cool painting!

Anonymous said...

Love your work man. Keep it up. Sent your Blog out on all Facepeeps and Tweeps. See ya soon.


Anonymous said...

these make me think of rainy days and lemon drops and fresh cut flowers lying on the floor