Saturday, August 16, 2008

Friday (OK, you got me... Saturday)


11 comments:

Rubas said...

Don´t you have work process videos?

I love your work.

Do you use models or photos or merely memory?

Greetings form MX

ALTAMIRA said...

hermoso! genial.

Chris Lai said...

These figures look great. The gesture and energy in them is awesome. I'm a learning artist and I like looking at them for inspiration. Keep it up!

I've got my own blog here.

Kyle T. Webster said...

Rubas-
I don't have process videos, but there is no 'process' to speak of, really - I just sit down and draw whatever figures pop into my head or materialize in the process. These are meant to serve as an enjoyable exercise for me- I don't have time to think about them too much or plan them (seems to work out better that way!).

Happy weekend, everybody-
Kyle

Tony C said...

Hi..just stumbled across your blog site. I gotta say I love your artwork. Inspired me to pick up a charcol stick or two.
All the best.

manlio vetri said...

hey i heard about the idea of the book and it seems exciting!!!please make it possible for the book to be dispatched to italy too kyle ;)
thanks for your reply,i like pentel pocket brush too even if i'm more addicted to my wacom/alias sketchbook
alliance.would be glad to hear from you about some of my sketches kyle...welcome at any time!

Alina Chau said...

beautifulful lines!

Marshall said...

great stuff! I like this latest set.

Marshall said...

I love this latest set. Did that book help that much?

Kyle T. Webster said...

Hi, Marshall - thanks for stopping by!

The book you are talking about, 'High Focus Drawing,' by James McMullan is still sitting on my coffee table and I have not had a chance to read through it. I have glanced at some of the drawings in the book and they are superb. I was familiar with McMullan's course at SVA and I know that his method is highly regarded by living legends like James Jean, others...

He reinforces what I learned from my professor at school (big Mike): find the single most expressive and dominant gesture in the pose and make it the focal point of the composition, see bigger shapes first, work with a broad vision... all those good things. I stink at articulating it, but you get the idea...

Julián Abreu said...

Every post in the blog is amazing! Thanks for sharing.