Monday, January 31, 2011

between the lines

I seem to have been waffling on, in my posts, quite a lot recently. So, in this one I'll just let the drawing do the talking.
You know the drill; click on the drawing for a better view.

19 comments:

suzanne cabrera said...

LOVE, love, love. Handwriting posts like this make me feel less alone in this big world. Thank you Andrea!

drawn2life said...

Oh, what fun!! Love it! But trying to figure out which one, if any of these, are the BROWN one! ??

mo said...

funzies! and i'd say field day rather than headache, lol ;)

as a pen lover/addict, i loved this drawing. and as much as i enjoy your b/w drawings, i do enjoy the occasional burst of color and this sure fit the bill.

kudos!!!!!

Miraculous Mosquito said...

hehe, your thinking 'out loud' really made me laugh. I like your nutty handwriting the best :)

Sharmon Davidson said...

Did you design all these typefaces yourself? Amazing drawing- do you do these with ballpoint pen, or what kind of pens do you use?

Mike "Kigen" Suazo said...

Looks awesome. Loving how you know a great deal about pen pressure and shading. Really amazing work, keep it up!

amuse me said...

Is this available for purchase? I would love to frame this and put it in my office!

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Thanks folks.

Dawn, no that's a fineliner. These are some of he ballpoints I'm currently using. I should be doing a ballpoint review on the Pen Addict soon. I'll let everyone know when that happens.

Sharmon, yeah, these are just some of the handwritings I am using. I just make them up as I go along. In this picture I am using various ballpoint pens.

Amuse me, funnily enough I am going to put this up for sale. The original, that is. I can get in touch with you when I get around to it if you like, or just keep posted here on my blog.

Cheers, my dears.

MrCachet said...

My God, you're good enough to do a Griffin & Sabine thingie.

hareinthemoon said...

Fab!

Li said...

simply amazing!

Kesha Tickets said...

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wagonized said...

I was smiling the entire time.

jill said...

love it! i just did a drawing in my calendar about the new set of pens that i was using. it was actually inspired by a previous version that you drew at some point back!

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Mooneybeams said...

I'm not the only one who has millions of different handwritings! My schoolbooks used to look like five different people wrote them, but it's not just me.

I love love love your sort-of everyday handwriting, it's kind of spiky but not, and very stylish and just a little bit quirky. Plus neat, whilst not looking like you're obsessive about it, which I'm rather jealous about!

Zuheily said...

Love, Love your sketches, they all look awesome!
I Like your Handwriting!
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andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Thank you all, folkies.

McrCachet, I hadn't heard of that before but, needless to say I am already a little obsessed. I think I'm gonna have to have that book. Strangely, it's very much like the idea I have for my new Moleskine(a few posts back). I guess there's no original idea. Thanks for the link.

Cheers, my dears.

Something Different said...

No one draws pens as well as you do, lovely!