The fisheries company was near my workplace and I drew these crab cages at lunch time.
Posted April 24, 2010:
An evening function that I helped organize.
Posted April 16, 2010:
A couple of quick sketches of my colleagues. The TV crew came to film them and I sketched by the side. Today I brought my Hokusai and Monastery soft pastel paintings to hang on my office wall and while all my colleagues marvelled at it, the TV crew didn't film in. My boss who didn't know I paint thought I bought prints. LOL. Perhaps one day, some investigators or district attorney will come by my desk and offer me a price to take them home. ?
Posted April 8, 2010:
I was stuck in an Indian conference at a casino for two days and to keep myself from falling asleep, I doodled all the people around me. Some of them are over 60 years old but I gave them all a teenage face so as not to offend them.
Posted April 3, 2010:
Mud flats when the tide is out on my way to work. My reflection on the ground on a soaking wet day.
Posted March 29, 2010:
An elderly colleague wanted me to draw her beanie bear from the ex-colleague who passed away. Roll eyes. I don't do flowers and this bear has flowers all over. If only she knew I draw hardcore stuff. LOL. Anyway, I gave it a shot. Watercolor with pan pastel and she liked it.
Posted March 27, 2010:
Did a couple of sketches at break time at work and more of the historic town and harbor.
Posted March 26, 2010:
There is this huge man's club in this historic town that I really like and I've been painting it in the morning and at lunch time. The first two are watercolor and the third one is soft pastel and pastel pencils.
Posted March 20, 2010:
More of the area around my workplace. These are a mix of Daniel Smith watercolor, Conte pastel pencils, pencil.
Posted March 14, 2010:
More of the historic town. The first one is watercolor and the second one, it's General's Sketch and Wash pencil and Wolff's Carbon Pencil with wash here and there for both. Both are only 4x6 inches and I did it before work and at lunch time.?
Posted March 11, 2010:
My new job is located in downtown in this small city and two streets below where I park my car is a historic town. So I draw a lot from there.
Posted December 14, 2009:
A customer's 68 Pontiac Firebird that he made into a hot rod. A trailer that I sketched quickly before I had to start work and it pulled away just then.
Posted November 5, 2009:
When I have down time, I am allowed to sketch at work. Yesterday, the owner's mother even went and fetch a new pencil and a pencil sharpener for me since mine was all blunt and the owner stopped her consultant for 5 seconds for me to sketch real quick. Staff, guests and unsuspecting passers by are all my targets.