I did a gallery show last month with a great group of artists. There was a great turnout and I had a lot of fun being part of it. One of my pieces was a pencil drawing and if you take it out of the frame this is what you'll find drawn on the back. A bonus feature of sorts. :)
Dela, you're a master of SHAPES! I'm tellin' ya--you should publish a sketchbook. I'm sure everyone would be all over it.
i'd pick up that sketchbook for sure, nice sketches del!
THese character drawings are awesome, love the design!
Soooo Dope! Yah I agree with TJ =D
Hi! Your work is masterful, breathtaking...just lovely, creative and dreamy. I absolutely am thrilled to have discovered your blog.
Could I ask a favor? Would you mind telling the brand and color code for the blue pencils you like to use most? For example, Faber-Castell 9201-145.... (I spent nearly an hour last weekend at Pearl trying out different blue pencils and am disappointed in those I thought I had finally settled upon...really curious which you prefer.) Thanks so much!
I fell in love with blue pencil while going through animation in school.
The colored pencils I use are Prismacolor Col-Erase 20044 blue. Surprisingly the best spot I've found to buy them is office depot.
Thank you thank you thank you! Headed to Office Depot in the morning ; )
Looking forward to seeing more of your work soon, too!
i usually get them online here:
Good article, good things, good feelings, good BLOG!
Thanks again Dela and Niki...
Can I ask another question? Is there a professional solution/workflow for lifting sketches off white paper? Thus far with mixed results I've used:
I am self-taught, and wondering if Dreamworks uses a more professional solution...
Some of the content is very worthy of my drawing, I like your information!
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