Monday, July 17, 2006


So in an effort to fit in I got me a moleskine like everyone else I know. It's tiny and portable, but a challenge since I’m not used to working small. But it does make me spend more time on a sketch than I normally do.

So here are the first few pages.

Apparently they have one that comes with watercolor paper, which I’m going to try out as soon as I get my hands on one.

Related Posts: Moleskine continued, Moleskine 2.0, Moleskine 3.0, Moleskine 4.0, Moleskine 2007: A Year in Review, Watercolor Moleskine: Part 1, Watercolor Moleskine: Part 2


SheerGangly said...

That last painting of the girls face is good. Gouache? Looks like youre learning stuff. Just quit your stupid job and work on doing that.

Theory_of_me said...

If you really want to fit in you'll have to sacrifice what's left of your testicles.

Arkady Roytman said...

Shiraj, you mean the girl with the gold earing? that's watercolor from the SoI. Eventually all your crits sink in.

Jack Ruttan said...

It's great you seem to be posting most of the stuff you're sketching. Gives interesting insight into the process.

Scattergood-Moore said...

Beautiful sketches, especially the first one . . . I too find it difficult to work so small, most of my drawing are 4' x 3' (feet) :-)