This guy just looked so defeated. His wife brought him a plate with some fruit on it. She placed it in front of him and then walked away. He just sat there and stared at it. He didn’t blink. Eventually his wife returned to the table with a plate piled high with one of everything … Read More
I was imagining this lady was fooling with her Instagram by the way she fiddled with her phone for so long. Plus the faces she would make looked like she was indecisive and in distress about something. So, of course, I created an inner monologue for her. I also think she caught on that I … Read More
This dude was just standing there staring at the buffet. I could understand him though. There was so much food to choose from. Sometimes all you could do was just stand there and stare in awe and sometimes disbelief at the amount and variety laid out before you. However, in some cases, there was a … Read More
Although I was technically in Spain, the official language seemed to be German. Fuerteventura, in my opinion, is basically Germany’s Hawaii. I think the only time I heard Spanish was from the employees. Anyhooha, the real point of this sketch was to showcase the average body type. While hanging out around the pool, in the … Read More
This was NOT one of my better sketches but I needed to get it on paper anyway. It was obviously a super quickie sketch because I needed to hurry and record the moment. As I mention in my “Artist’s Note”… There was plenty-o-food for everybody and plenty of time to eat it. Yet the food … Read More
Some people just like to be curmudgeoney. I’m not sure if he was angry at something or just normally looked that way. But as it says in my “Artist’s Note” in the sketch above… He was just sitting there with his wife. Everything seemed normal. They ate their lunch and talked like any other couple … Read More
There were so many characters wandering around the resort. It was a virtual human reference buffet. For example… just when you think you’ve seen the the end of the mullet, you find it alive and well in Europe. Take this Mullet demigod for example. This Cat embraced his Mulletacious lifestyle. He was serious about it. … Read More
This sketch is the first in a series of people study sketches I did during my visit to Fuerteventura. There were so many shapes and sizes of people it was hard to choose which one to draw first. So I would just sit back, relax and wait till one inspired me. The perfect time to … Read More
Here is a quick little ditty from my sketch book. I used pencil, Micron Pens and Copic Markers. I think I really like using Copic Markers. I will definitely start using them more often.
Sometimes I have no idea what I am going to draw when I sit down. This is one of those times. I love when a squiggle turns into something interesting. This sketch proves that cats do dream. And what they dream of will shock you. Life is good.