Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Potential for Pen

-I have never been the biggest fan of pen drawings, but this drawing makes me want to use more pen. Maybe.
-I liked the simple lines and the sheen of her hair.
-Beebe Symposium (Washington D.C.) on May 13, 2014

Muddled Minds

-My attention at this point of the day was lagging, so I took advantage of all available paper space. Sorry, guy.
-Beebe Symposium (Washington D.C.) on May 13, 2014

Cowering Camo

-So this big guy in front kept moving, which was quite a disruption to this drawing.
-Glad I was able to partly capture the woman in military. Current camo patterns were too hard for me to draw, so I tried to remember the old pattern. It turned out poorly and very similar to the patterns of a cow.
-Beebe Symposium (Washington D.C.) on May 13, 2014

Scribbles to the Hair

-I was getting a bit tired of drawing, so the scribbling started. I think I kind of liked how it came out, except for her hair. Scribbles to the hair next time. 
-Beebe Symposium (Washington D.C.) on May 13, 2014

Man at the End of the Tunnel

-He looks so lonesome all the way up there but don't worry, he had friends nearby. Perspective is key.
-Beebe Symposium (Washington D.C.) on May 13, 2014

The 3-Headed Businessman

-There were SO many middle-aged men at this symposium so I had quite a variety of hair styles to deal with. Here were a few...
-Beebe Symposium (Washington D.C.) on May 13, 2014

Forget Context

-So this drawing makes it look like the figure on the right is stalking her prey but I'm preeeeetty sure that's because I left out the context (i.e. more chairs and more people). Still, I like it a lot.
-Calvary Chapel DC Metro (Washington D.C.) on May 11, 2014

The Baby and Her Birthing Ball

-I still can't believe that I was a part of this day so here is another tribute to the day Adeline Ruth was born. I loved this restful pose between the waiting parents.
-As for the drawing, there are detailed areas and very un-detailed areas. Kinda wish I spent a little more time on those un-detailed ones.
-Christiana Hospital (DE) on April 29, 2014

A Fatherly Egg

-His head didn't actually say "Happy Easter" but I had to get the point across, ya know? Also his head really did look like an egg...
-Calvary Church of Jupiter (FL) on April 20th, 2014

Picturing Tendrils

-Okay so I couldn't capture her perfectly curled hair as well as I had wanted...but the curls turned into tendrils, so there's that.
-His shirt was bright red with black and white photographs all over. It was great.
-Calvary Church of Jupiter (FL) on April 13th, 2014