Friday, May 14, 2010

Friday's Light Reading

11 comments:

emily said...

these are simply beautiful. I love how your figures appear to be one continuous line.

Kyle T. Webster said...

Thank you so much, Emily, and thanks for stopping by!

Joanne said...

this is my first time to view your works. bravo! so fresh, simple, and somehow... uplifting. more!

Robin said...

I wanted to ask... did you go to UNCG at some point? I think they did an interview on you once, but I wondered if you went there?
Anyway, another question for you: are these drawn on the computer or in ink? Absolutely fantastic stuff. Don't know why you are teaching this... unless you are, I want to join the class!

Kyle T. Webster said...

Dear Robin,
I did go to UNCG, and yes, the school interviewed me a couple of years ago for a feature in their alumni magazine.

I draw these digitally (pen and tablet), but it's no different than drawing on paper with a nice marker or a brush pen of some kind, I suppose.

I'm not teaching this, but it would be fun to do a small class sometime! Unfortunately, this method of drawing is kind of difficult to teach, since there is no model present...

massoud said...

hi i from iran
i love your work,its very,very intresting 4 me.
and i try it at home,and enjoy and enjoy.
pleas keep on and get your new figurs in weblog.
thank U very mach.

Sami said...

Bumped into your blog by amazing good luck:) Realized I have missed so much so far! Thanks for sharing your work. Love all of them :)

eduardo said...

buenisimo, la simplicidad y lo expresivo

eduardo said...

buenisimo, la simplicidad y lo expresivo

shapewear said...

Your figures look simple, yet so elegant. love your works.

geraldo roberto da silva said...

Essential lines!
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