Saturday, January 29, 2011

dig my earth

So above is another one of those 'idea' spreads from my spare Moleskine. A couple of pages where I planted the seeds of future drawings. The left hand page soon grew into this drawing, below.

And, then later sprouted into this drawing:

The right hand page of the sketchbook, at the top of this post, hasn't actually grown into anything. Yet. But, it's all still there for future reference. And, that's another good thing about getting this stuff down in a sketchbook or notebook; I find it's the best place to turn when one might be going through a bit of a drawing funk. Cos if these ideas interested you enough to write them down in the first place, you can bet your bottom dollar that they'll still be inspiring at a later date. They are just all patiently waiting, below the ground, to blossom into a beautiful flower. Or a firm, young carrot.

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Blogger Mario said...

You are simply... great.
Thank you for sharing your art :)

6:13 PM  
Blogger Vicky Williamson (aka vickylw) said...

How interesting to find out a bit of how your incredible art develops. Thanks!

7:26 PM  
Blogger mo said...

thanks for posting this ... it's really intriguing to see how you take an idea, or two or five, and develop them into such delightful pictures. the pic of the jewelry has been one of my favorites for a long time.

lovely stuff ;)

8:27 PM  
Blogger makkaronina said...

impressed by you doing the last work! Thank you!

9:15 PM  
Blogger Bryan M. White said...

I love that the watch says "Molex". Man, I wish I could draw like this :(

Beautiful, as always.

10:06 PM  
Blogger Adrian Baird Ba Than said...

Here hare here.

1:22 AM  
Anonymous Kallie said...

OMG! I'm speechless!

1:37 PM  
Blogger nanke's stuff said...

I just love your work. It never ceases to amaze me! nancy

7:37 PM  
OpenID whollyafool said...

These are beautiful. It's neat seeing how you come up with ideas.

10:37 PM  
Blogger andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Thank you, folks.

It's quite nice to dig up some of these oldies now and again.

Adrian, here hare here??
AH, here hare here.

Cheers, chucks.

4:39 PM  
Blogger Sharmon Davidson said...

I love seeing how your work develops from the idea to a drawing to a more finished drawing, though I must say that just the idea page looks like a lot of work in itself! where do you find the time? Awesome drawings, as always!

1:46 AM  
Blogger Anais said...

I'm impressed with this drawing, Andrea.
Thanks for share with us :)

11:14 PM  
Blogger Johnnie Scoutten said...

Wonderful. I've missed checking in!

3:32 AM  

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