The 14th page is an illustration of the circulatory system. It’s done as a doodle that is inspired by the disassembled cassette player from Doodle 12 of 100. In both pieces the insides are laid out like an Ikea illustration. The systems as a still images makes my brain happy. The use of a fountain ink brush adds a lot of playful character to both pieces. More ‘system doodles’ exploration will happen. Keep watching the 100 day sketchbook project. I would love to hear from you, What system would you like me to doodle in the pink sketchbook?
As we drive through the woods the wind in my hair, I’m trying to fill my undersized nostrils with the smells that thrills Puck. Then Puck is in a reveal. He looks over at me, I can see a little pity in his eyes.
It starts was a stumble, then I see the ground coming towards my face, I know this is going to hurt. That is what it feels like when drawings are going bad.
The pink was a surprise. I like to make left turns with my materials and methods.
Sketching in large sketchbook 11’x14’ on paper with markers, ink and watercolors, sometimes with pen.
Doodling with grey marker on large paper, Alex Feliciano is marking you b-boys in the clouds.
Drawings from a late night, the stillness is inspiring. An old large sketch book and a giant bag of makers.
Yes, up late and making marks on paper, today I’m rocking a red sharpie, a red dry erase and a red Windsor Newton watercolor maker. Dogs and peaceshocka for pages. All tiny little thorny. Small micro dogs stitched and fat. Dogs thin tiny little… again and again. lots of red. Peace, peace, peace, peace, peace, peace, peace, peace….all red then I switch to using a strange black ink brush pen, foam tip style… not my fave, it might be a bit dry.
74 Post-it notes Completely bonkers. I was cleaning my desk and kept finding little drawings mixed in with meeting notes. well this is all of them. Some of the Post it notes are from 2012 when I was working at WebMd.
Below I treat you to screen captures of “SKETCHING, product design PRESENTATION” from this video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDSIeLJ89MU). I saw it, then I bought it, and now I’m sharing it (a bit). If you come over you can have a go at my copy or get your own http://www.amazon.com/Koos-Eissen/e/B001HOHP4M. love the lines! I will endeavor to make all my sketchbook pages this meaningful. grills grills grills. I wish I could think/draw as clearly about something as my four year old does. An unassuming item can be the hardest to design. How many sketches does it take to understand a user’s need? I smile when …