Monday, April 17, 2006

Easter Sunday

Wow, it's been awhile since my last sketch journal entry. With the constant rain here in Nor-Cal, it's just not the same traveling, exploring and sketching. I've been staying busy with projects from work and customizing figures...just trying to keep the creative mojo going.

Missing the feel of the good ol' pencil and paper, I made sure to bring my supplies to mass on Easter Sunday. I've seen church sketches done before from other artist, especially my AIS classmate Rachel, and they're great! It felt quite uncomfortable at the start, but soon became a mini-sketchcrawl.

11 comments:

steve said...

Nice work--always loved the quality of watercolors. I've always found the act of sketching itself as a sort of prayer/meditative thing, especially out in the woods.

Christine Lim Simpson said...

fabulous watercolour job. I am not quite confident at drawing and painting in the public. You did well. :)

Rrramone said...

Man, if I'd have known that I could draw in church I might have lasted longer as a Catholic. :-)

Virginia Valle said...

Great work Gerald!!I see you work more with watercolours,look great and thanks for your words.

Robin Neudorfer said...

Beautiful work Gerald! You posted on mine today, and so I thought I would come check out your work. Very eclectic style. I use to live in Lucas Valley, so I know of the places that you speak of. I will make you a link, if that is OK. Neat stuff.

Mike Barth said...

hi gerald..

thanks for stoppin by my blog. glad you like my characters. I am in the process now..of starting to animate them. the bird animation is the first character i have built..ready to animate.

i envy those who use traditional medium... .. as it is my biggest fear. your work is great. watercolor is the one thing i did like to do.seeing your stuff..is very inspiring.

keep up the good work.

Mike Barth said...

oh..and thanks for linking me.

:)

Jason said...

Hey there. I loved the goldfish project. Your stuff has such a classic feel to it. Sippin' hot coco while I look over some sweet drawings. That's my idea of an afternoon. Thanks for the break from reality. Keep it up!

camera shy said...

great stuff
glad i visited
love the animated profile pic

C.Bryant said...

Gerald...Beautiful work, I have put Link underneath your image,

Greetings :)

St John Street said...

So sweet!!

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