sexta-feira, 19 de setembro de 2008


This Jaguar was done in a friend's Sketchbook. It's funny actually, because he had this notebook with all types of paper in it, and he'd draw in it and ask for friends to draw aswell. So, I took a look at it and thought it was really cool, and I asked if I could draw too. He said - Sure, pick a page that isn't reserved. Reservation? YEAH. The pages were marked with names, reserveing that type of paper...
I didn't really care about it, since I didn't know what I was planning on drawing, so I took it home to think. Going through the non-reserved pages I spotted the last one, in fact, the back of the notebook, a type of cardboard thick brown surface. I thought: Well, nothing marked here. Let me go crazy. And I did.
This Jaguar was done in Colored Pencils, Sepia, Ink and some Dry Pastels. In the end, It wasn't puuuurfect, but, I was pleased. So I took a photo of it and here it is...
I guess the original is still in that sketchbook. God knows where.

segunda-feira, 15 de setembro de 2008

Kitty Fun

This is another Kitty fun picture. I really like these Tabby cats, stripes are interesting in any animal. To say another weird fact, I love drawing trees...branches...not leaves though. o.Ô

segunda-feira, 8 de setembro de 2008

Kunf Fu Dork

This goes out to Ricardo...
just until I draw something interesting.

Chinese fortune cookie says:
You that live in stupid ways
stupid be.

p.s. And yes, I did invent this martial art style, I call it The white bumblebee.

segunda-feira, 1 de setembro de 2008


Sorry for the delay in posting, things are kinda crazy lately. I hate having to burst my brain into stuff completely different than drawing, but I've been trying to make good use of any opportunity I get to put my skills at test. At least the Gouache color scales are usefull - ugh, dear God - although the teacher seems to think it's more important to cut and glue them better than the painting itself. Whatever. All I know is that Tallens can't produce enough Gouache to cover up my mistakes and not at all economic way of using it. So, until I have room for fresh air, I'll post the old stuff. Surprisingly this is another Big Cat study I did, one of the first ones I did in Colored Pencils - which I do not like to use, just to look at the organized box of pencils. I've been going through a Identity Crisis in the last year and half, It's about time I realized what the hell I want before robots start to illustrate. And now that I've discovered that my astrological ascendent is Gemini, my lack of progress does not surprise me.
Gemini + Pisces = That weird 100 eyed fish from the Simpsons.
Take that Ricardo! LOL