I've been doing so much of that very precise detailed drawing recently - the stuff that I'm probably best known for. But, I feel that I don't actually learn anything new from that kind of work. I guess that I'm always improving my technique but it's nice to have a bit of a change and do something a bit more freehand. That's what I did hear with these sugar sachets. I did draw around each of the sachets to get the shape but there were no pencils involved or any measuring up. I just drew. And that's refreshing.
This is another spread from my travel Moleskine. You can see the rest of that 'carnet de voyage' HERE.
Monday, March 14, 2011
get it on
Posted by andrea joseph's sketchblog at 10:22 PM
Labels: AJ, andrea joseph, ballpoint, ballpoint drawing, carnet de voyage, moleskine, my Moleskines, souvenir, souvenirs, travel, travel moleskine, USA
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Amazing as usual!
I love seeing your drawings.
Even a tiny little match would look breathtaking! It is always so beautiful, detailed and clean.
Have a great day ;)
Love these miniatures!
Andrea these are GREAT!!
Cheers, my dears!
Wow I love your drawings. They're very detailed and incredibly realistic.
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