Wednesday, March 29, 2006


A while back on my other blog I posted sketches of my silly pointer, Weetie.
He's a definite character, and offers lots of choice opportunities for drawing. This I've just done from memory on the Cintiq, and it probably shows--I'll try and do some tonight on paper and from life. I'll see just how far off I go when trying to access my Stanislavskian sense-memory of wrestling with this monster.

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...and here's the inspiring subject, hungry again:


Dave Pimentel said...
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Dave Pimentel said...

I Love your drawings!!! They have so much character and strength in them and they're confident and clear. You go girl!

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