Monday, March 2, 2009

Cleveland, Philadelphia airports, mostly


















The next level of challenge for the sketchbooks generally is to make each page more composed: to make a framework of design decisions for each page that still allow for the spontaneity of impression-grabbing.


6 comments:

Eric Orchard said...

These are fantastic! Each page you post is better then the last, the figures here are wonderfully infused with realistic attitude. They look like real people.

tim b said...

Thanks! I've been drawing pretty consistently lately, which I think makes a difference.

Hope it does, anyhow.

Brian Floca said...

It's nice seeing these sketches on the same page with your St. Bridget marathon, and see the ways of working (and ways of seeing) connecting. And, ah, I'd try to write something else that sounds better than simply saying these are great, but, basically, these are great. I look forward to the fruits of this week's misadventures.

tim b said...

Thanks! Today's project is - gulp - figure drawing. Haven't done it in ages, am sort of expecting a total train wreck...

Keep an ear open for sirens.

Brian Floca said...

This is still all very nice but where are last week's goods?

tim b said...

Coming, coming...

Truth is, we didn't end up doing quite as much drawing as I'd hoped. Still, got a few things to post.

This is the longest posting gap I've had since I set up this blog last fall. I blame spring allergies and out-of-town guests (another of whom arrives tomorrow...).