Friday, August 12, 2005

lunch sketch


This was a memory sketch from lunch, I pick someone out that looks interesting, and then when I get back to my desk, I try to remember what I saw.

6 comments:

Patrick Gray said...

Very cool stuff as usual Stephen! I like the idea of the mental snapshots, never really considered doing that before, but now........

Patrick Gray

Pink Mitten Syndicate said...

Steveeeeee,

Dude, this is an assignment I have all my artist in New Jersey do. We call them "drive-by's" and what we do is have 3-6 artists at a stand and we take turens selecting a innocent bywalker to draw. We are allowed 5 seconds to look and 30 seconds to draw. By the end of the day we have killed 300 trees and the artists are a whole lot better at remembering the things they saw and drawing the things they didn't. Great stuff here though.

Also, I visit Jay and Silent Bob's Secret Stash and I get a kick out of seeing your stuff there everytime. It's like being in San Diego all over again.

Peace, Beau

bird house said...

Dig your art! This one looks like that dude from Office Space (movie) that has the jump to conclusions mat! Just thought I'd let ya know!

Shawn Escott said...

Really cool way to build memory drawings. Love your drawings... Great stuff.

Ricky said...

Hey Stephen! Ricky here, and i just wanted to say im a big fan of your stuff, awsome line work, love the use of thick and thin. Anyways, im a second year animation student in a college here in Canada, and we've been assigned a Walk cycle to do with any character we want, i picked Ron Stoppable, and well i was just wondering if you had a tips on drawing him, thanks.

-Ricky

Sarah Satrun said...

lol...sooo true! i always find it hard to take those mental snapshots without the "victim" catching on! Great lines and attitude!