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Some old and new.

Now that all the Dr. Sketchy’s stuff is starting to roll forward, and the website is essentially up, I can finally get back to the stuff over here.  🙂

The first two sketches are at least a decade old – both were done while I was in college.

oil and pencil wash of fat lady

sketch of graveyard fields

The above is a sketch of a bunch of boulders at Graveyard Fields, a camping ground up on the Blue Ridge Parkway near Asheville, NC.   The forest there burned down at one point and moss grew over the stumps, making the thing look like a graveyard at some point in the past (though I don’t think it looks like that anymore.

Next is a bunch of sketches during a Godawful section meeting at work….the first is a diagram of a robot I’m currently building in Anim8or.

animation diagram of a robot

The next two are folks droning on about last quarter’s prediction median’s for next quarters analysis for the previous quarter’s predictions.

pencil sketch of a presenter

another pencil sketch of a presenter

And last, but not least, Mr. Big Nose.

Mr. Big Nose

 

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Oil painting of an old man.

I’m cleaning the house today and unfortunately don’t have anything new to put up.  The below is an oil painting I did in my second (third?) year of oil painting underneath Professor Zaborowski at UNC, about a decade ago.  It’s a pencil sketch on canvas paper with a layer of oils carefully applied over top.  It was probably the best one of it’s type I did that year.

I *think* it was based off a sketch done in a coffee shop named Cafe Trios in Chapel Hill, one that has long since turned into an Italian eatery, then a gin bar, and maybe a sports bar now?  I have no idea.

old man painted in oils

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