Wednesday, July 23, 2008

the drawing club






11 comments:

Phil Langone said...

The drawings at the top remind me of old French master drawings from the late 1800's. Mostly they remind me of Degas. What kind of paper did you do them on? Would you be willing to sell them at some point?

TLE said...

yo DAVE-
Nice drawings. Glad you are able to make the time to fit in some life drawing as often as you do. Nice to see your little girl following those footsteps too .......

_TLE

joonasjoonas said...

Nice use of shades! I'll visit again for more inspiration for life drawing!

Mindy Lee said...

These are beautiful. So simple and confident.

C.B. Canga said...

nice drawings here.

ANDROID said...

These are awesome. I can't wait for life drawing sessions to start up again at CSULB. I am inspired.

victoriaying said...

lovely life drawing

EL Gato Negro said...

great stuff i like how you edited the girl a lot

dave lowery said...

thanks peeps for the props! i didnt think anybody new ever came by here anymore. i will upgrade ASAP. thnx again, dl

Mark McDonnell said...

These are awesome man. I recognize some of the models. Great stuff, you have such a nice sense of design and color control.

Love 'em,

MAC

BayDog said...

Dave, I'm such a big fan. It's Michael Bayouth, the guy doing test shots with the video camera on Spider-Man 2 - who also does storyboards as well. Your stuff is the best. I remembering you taking time to look at my portfolio :) I've been working on that TV show "The Office" as a graphic Designer. I'm finally in local 800 now - I understand it covers the storyboard union too. Any help you could lend me as to how one gets union work in this difficult time would greatly be appreciated. I hope you and your family are doing well and that this email finds you healthy and very busy. - Best to you, Thanks!
Michael Bayouth (818) 384-0635