Friday, August 1, 2008

First post on this blog

Please write and let me know if these doodles interest you. I'd like to keep this up every day and I will have more motivation to do it if I hear some feedback. These are just figures that I will be pulling from my imagination - quickies to keep me limber. Enjoy.





26 comments:

Anonymous said...

Kyle, These are awesome. Keep going...people will love checking these out as a daily delight.

Did anyone know I'm a huge K Dubs fan?

Love the guy with the stylized head at the bottom.

- Andy Horner

jen buckley said...

simply beautiful. keep doing them please!

what materials do you use?

logan said...

Hi Kyle,

Wonderful idea for a blog and routine. Your work is bound to reap benefits from a regular, brisk morning 'run' like this.

I particularly like the 1st and 4th ones here -- what a great sense of movement from head to toe.

Keep 'em coming!

-Logan

Kyle T. Webster said...

Hi, Jen,

I just draw with a 'brush' in Painter for this blog. Typically, I do this kind of drawing with a Pentel Pocket Brush - if you have never tried one of those, you absolutely MUST! It is my favorite drawing tool - simply wonderful.

I am working digitally for this blog because time is of the essence, and scanning, etc. would add more minutes to my already busy day...

I'm glad you like them and thanks for checking in.

Kyle

Gaby Franca said...

Very nice!!!

Arno D. High said...

Great work! I love how it flows. Impressive.

I hope we'll see some more nice works from you!

jimtoole said...

love it. so much from so little!

Anonymous said...

Her Vebster, these doodles are acceptable. You will continue doing them. That is all.

the murphreich

rob said...

fantastic!
I love you work!
yes! please continue!!!!

frog said...

very impressive how simple, dynamic and accurate your drawings are. The girl reaching for her feet is particularly astonishing, feels very alive (not that the others are bad but I can't list each of their particularities...)
Keep going!

liz said...

I found you through Drawn... your style is fantastic.

BFG said...

Absolutely great and strong drawings. Keep them coming. Do you draw them from life, do you use photographs, or do you draw from your mind?

Eva Helene said...

Yummy.

BGOZ said...

I love the one stretching with the black hair. Really cool stuff.

Anonymous said...

Hey Kyle,

Love your work here and in The Stranger. Consider yourself RSS'd. Do you come up with these poses in your head before sketching them in Painter, or do you just go and see what happens?

-Kyle

Kyle T. Webster said...

I have done both so far - sometimes I just draw a line and see what it becomes. Other times, I have something vague in mind and make it happen... I don't have any system - I'm just getting this whole exercise started right now.

Thanks for checking them out!
Kyle

Lee said...

Here via Drawn.ca

I love how free and easy your lines feel! Keep posting and I'll keep visiting!

Anonymous said...

What, you get your doodles on Draw and that ain't enuf for you? You want feedback, too? Big time Entertainment Weekly artist? Boy, some people want all the attention, I tellya.

You know I love you. OK, I won't go that far, but I do like you.

(ken...oops, now I'm not anonymous)

stealingsand said...

AM putting this in my feed reader in a folder labeled "inspiration"...

Kyle T. Webster said...

I'm overwhelmed by the positive response to this blog - thank you, everybody. I'm glad you are enjoying these.

Cheers,
Kyle

Ray-Ray said...

These are fantastic! I'm subscribing on bloglines right away!!!!!!

Qx said...

Completely fantastic work! Please keep doing it, i'm subscribing right now!

jangojim said...

waw, simply fantastic !

I also found your blog via Drawn :)

A great idea with even better results. People forget sometimes what a few simple lines can do when put in an appropriate way.
You truly master the ink, be it digitally, keep up the smashing good work ! This is a high quality series and I'll certainly come back to see what these lines have been doing.

Greetings and inspirational vibes from the land of chocolate (Belgium)

- Dimitri S.

newtising said...

Thanks for your works.I will come and see it.

agent ouchie said...

These are just phenomenal drawings, they get me really excited about gesture drawing and really remind me of the purpose of the exercise – movement, force, dynamism. Awesome! I’ve looked through all these entries and I can’t wait to see more.

adam crockett said...

I would be very sad if you stopped. :,(