Today’s still life sketch – a pear!
I have some good news and some bad news for everyone.
First, we’ll do the bad news. My anthology sequel to Von Herling, Vampire Hunter will be delayed significantly. I will not be resuming work on it for quite sometime and it may not be ready until 2017. Why is this? I’m busy right now with Sunnyville Stories and must do significant work to not only promote & sell it – I aim to get the fourth volume out by the summer of 2017. For that, I have to stop work on everything else. I’m sad that I can’t develop the other ideas I’ve had but Sunnyville is very important to me. For more news and updates regarding the saga of Sunnyville, tune into my primary blog.
Now for the good news…this blog will not be simply tossed aside. I intend to continue posting drawings here. Some of my detractors have viciously attacked me for being lousy at drawing. To an extent, they have a point. In spite of how much better I’ve gotten at drawing, there’s still so much more than I’m capable of doing. I aim to keep working on basic drawing skills. While there are life drawing classes offered nearby for cheap (I plan to check those out), my aim is to start posting up still life drawings here. I have several instructional books on these and I intend to start reviewing them for information. Plus I will draw some of the still life exercises inside – fruit, candles, glass bottles, buildings, boats, cars, etc.
Stay tuned to this blog for more drawings. My drawing will just keep getting better and better.
I’m now on Etsy! I’ve just opened up an Etsy store where you can purchase original artwork of mine.
Check back from time to time; I’ll be updating it.
This is one of the pieces of artwork I created to promote Von Herling, Vampire Hunter and to include within the book itself.
I used photo reference to come up with this drawing. Read the rest of this entry »
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Just a drawing of a character from Sunnyville Stories and it’s none other than Rusty Duncan, the star of the series.