lovely--such simplicity, but with all the motion and attitude.
Fluid, sir. Really lovely gestures.
I love your beautiful lines.
That these are all from imagination and not from life is all the more stunning. Hat's off.
wonderful! its elegant simplicity brings to mind alexander calder...absolutely lovely!
i agree with you all...the secret of this amazing work is simplicity.awesome one...but i'd like to ask if you use traditional tools or digital onescheersmanlio
Can you tell us about the tools you use???
Hi, Manlio and Debbie,Yes, I'm happy to tell you what I use: I draw with the 'thick to thin' brush in Painter X. It lets me be very quick and it simulates as closely as possible the experience of working with my Pentel PocketBrush (my favorite tool of all time!). If you have never tried a Pentel PocketBrush, I recommend it above any other pen brush in the world - it is simply fantastic.Cheers,Kyle
Found your blog via http://designyoutrust.com/Have forwarded to my mailing list because your sketches are a breath of fresh air for the art and design community. Keep going. Some girl in San Diego is a fan!
Thanks again, everybody, for the compliments - I am encouraged to keep up this exercise.Quick note - for those of you who are emailing me directly, if I don't respond within a day or so, it is just because I am really busy! Best,Kyle
Wow. I just found your work via Drawn! Congrats on that. Your work is just so absolutely beautiful and captivating. Thanks for putting your talent out there. ;-)
simple but fantastic.
this one is awesome. really really cool.
Such an inspiring blog! Found you on Sub Studio and will be checking in regularly from now on...
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