I am lucky enough to live in a city is hosting a comprehensive exhibition on Scott of the Antarctic at the Australian National Maritime Museum (which I find has some of the most interesting design and art-related exhibitions than most art galleries). It’s travelling globally and its first stop is Sydney. I went in a few weekends ago for what would be my third and probably last visit before it leaves in another week’s time.
This time I decided to go back to using one of my old faithfuls – the artline felt tip pen. And just to get that weathered, rustic feel, I approached the drawings using a continuous line technique. But instead of being slow and careful, I attempted it with a very frenetic, scribbly style.
And for more of my work from this exhibition visit my flickr site.
Great sketches! I love how you capture things with the scribbly line.
Wonderful loose sketches.
Great sketches/scribblies, I love the boots and the lantern (they are all great).
Thank you so much for your email, great sketches, looking forward seeing what you will work on next.
Nice sketches! I really like the pair of boots…reminds me of my own pair which I wear to work 12 hours everytime…they just look hardworking and tired
ha, ha. I think you made a comment on my other boots drawing, alex. They must be like a second skin for you. Maybe you should send me a photo of your boots and I will sketch them for you!
Really nice set of sketches! Your technique seems to be fairly fast.