Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Black hair

17 comments:

jen buckley said...

lovely elbow!

logan said...

I'm really liking how you suggest bone and muscle in these sketches.

Kyle T. Webster said...

Thanks, Jen and Logan. I'm having fun with these - no pressure- I like that!

Allen said...

Absolutely keep this up. They look great - makes me want to go sketching!

Traci said...

I got here from drawn.ca and I love your drawings! I agree with allen, makes me want to go sketch. Thanks for sharing.

Arkady Roytman said...

Love the economy of line, particularly the one to describe the scapula.

It's good to have another daily figure drawing blog to look at.

h said...

i like this one a lot...

*daisy said...

beautiful work! Love the simple line work and the organic / calligraphic quality of your brush strokes... :) very inspiring work!

Kyle T. Webster said...

Thanks, everybody.
I am glad people are enjoying these drawing!

Rey de las Cabras said...

beautiful.

manlio vetri said...

this is the one which makes me crazy.
i'd like to know if you work with digital pen or traditional ink pens!!!

deedee9:14 said...

If you ever put a book together, please let me buy a couple copies. Your work is stunning.

Kyle T. Webster said...

Hi, Deedee,

I will be putting a book together of these drawings after I have done 75-100, or so. I will make an announcement on this blog when I have the book finished!

Thanks so much for your interest and I'm glad you are enjoying the drawings.

Kyle

Megan said...

gorgeous

Conor and Siobhan said...

Lovely. So Japanese in style - the ink, the simplicity, the red monogram style signature.

Rachael D. said...

Love the unfinished, yet finished look of your work! My favorite is this one entitled "Black Hair."

Also would like to encourage you and keep it up the one a day!

I'll be awaiting...

Brian said...

Love your stuff.

This one totally reminds me of my girlfriend. My favorite so far.

Is it possible to get a smaller print that what you have on zazzle? Looking for a 5x7 or smaller (need to measure the frame still.)