Sketchbook Project Progress

Added on by Francesca Buchko.
I just went over to MCAD's gallery and spent a few minutes walking through the Jaime Hernandez exhibit. If that isn't a humbling experience, I don't even know what is. I love looking at original inked pages! I'm sure part of it is a learning thing—you can learn a lot about the way a person works by seeing original pieces. But I also believe there's something kind of magical about seeing work the artist handled.

Anyway, I'm eager to spend more time looking at it one of these days after work. Hernandez himself is coming to the show's reception on August 16th, and it's open to the public! Another reason to visit the Twin Cities this month!
I've finished my piece for Light Grey Art Lab's</i> Role Models<i> show and now I can't resist drawing more of that. Any excuse to draw a cat with wings.

I've finished my piece for Light Grey Art Lab's</i> Role Models<i> show and now I can't resist drawing more of that. Any excuse to draw a cat with wings.

I'm sharing a few images from my sketchbook for The Sketchbook Project. The deadline is fast approaching, though I'm pretty lucky to work in a studio with 3 other people that have the same deadline. Nothings puts the flame under you like seeing other people's progress on the same project.
I ended up gutting my tiny sketchbook and replacing the paper with some Canson. It's definitely better for watercolor.
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