Tag: Sketchbook Saturday

Sketchbook Saturday – Easter

So many ways to interpret the Easter season, all of them interesting sketches. This tradition of people wearing outrageous bonnets and parading up and down 5th Ave has been going on for over a hundred years, says the artist who sketched this on location aross from St Patrick’s […]

Sketchbook Saturday – Surreal

No better place than a sketchbook to portray the mix of fact and fancy that creates the surreal. (Above: Pat Perry) Such a wide range of styles in this genre, but always imaginative. From Jared Muralt on Behance. From Miles Johnston Sketchbook, here. These creatures are from Vorja […]

Sketchbook Saturday – Recipes

One of the great uses for a sketchbook or journal: draw your recipe. This one by Flickr artist neillyneil . Source From Anna Rastorgueva’s recipe journal. See her full post here. From Reims – le Filet Mignon de Porc See all the pages of illustrator Aliya Manakova’s recipe […]

Sketchbook Saturday – Detail, Detail

Source I am always amazed by how much an artist can include in a beautiful spread like this without ruining the aesthetic or making the pages too crowded to appreciate. A skill for certain, present in all these sketchbooks. The crisp symmetry of this stunning sketch is unique. […]

Sketchbook Saturday – Originals

These sketchers have included photos of their original subject, so it’s easy to see how their artist eye interpreted. From Flickr, here. Urban Sketcher Sílvia Oliveras Canals was doing an exercise in sketching vignettes with this book. Lots of original scene interpretation examples on the site of an […]