Big Deep Thoughts was another Digital Painting created solely with my iPad from beginning to end. It was part of my people observational sketches. When you vacation at an all-inclusive resort, you tend to encounter all shapes and sizes from all over the world. It makes for great endless subject matter. I sketched … Read More
Below The Great Horizon was another Digital Painting created solely with my iPad from beginning to end. It was part of my people observation sketches. While on vacation I like to just grab a drink, sit back and sketch people. I sketched it on my iPad using Paper Fiftythree with their stylus Pencil. As I’ve … Read More
This is about practicing what you’re learning. In Practice You can listen, study and take notes… but at some point you need to actually see what happens as opposed to what is meant or believed to happen.
This drawing is call the exercise. The Exercise This is an exercise in technique, existentialism, decision making and change. It is directly related to one of my previous drawings. ———————————————————— Check out my other work at: Twitter: https://twitter.com/billschiffbauer YouTube: http://bit.ly/2faPGRE
Here is another sketch of the day… but not every day. Swan Dive Reentry. The title sounds a little odd, but there is actually some significance behind it. Swan Dive Reentry When I started sketching this it was just a doodle… trying to figure out what to draw. I couldn’t find my flow or technique. … Read More
Ladies and Germs… The Ping Pong Hailstorm Huge Full Auto Slingshot Gatling Gun by Jörg Zombie Killer! Artistically I am inspired by many things. But sometimes those things inspire me enough to actually create something. This picture was inspired by the YouTuber and inventor, Jörg Sprave… A.K.A., The Slingshot Channel. He designed and built a … Read More
This is my long awaited “Sketch of the Day” called Eye in a Hair Ball.
I decided to color this sketch of the day with basic primary colors to see what I could come up with. I wanted to break from the current color trends of the more popular digital art works. The is my tribute to the century-old folk song, “The Cat Came Back“.