Archive for the ‘Doodles & Sketches’ Category

I always wanted to be a fashion designer.  I remember, I used to play with textiles and imagining what to do with it.  My parents was in Textile business, they were into retail and wholesale supply to most big Garment Factories in the Philippines.  I guess this explains why most of my subjects are women.

I have something to share again with you.  Saw this one from a local Fashion Magazine.  Woman in Black.  I made a sketch of her, just using Mongol Pencil on my ordinary Sketchbook.  Here it is.

As a Production Manager for Post Production, one thing I hate is when I have to wait for my VFX artist to finish their renders and there is nothing I can do but wait…and wait until their Final Comp to be lay in by the editor and present it to Director, Agencies and Client.

And to beat this boredom, I use this moment to sketch this certain model that I saw from the Internet.  Don’t want to waste time for doing nothing so here it is

     It was  Saturday then,  a sunny afternoon…and nothing for me do.  Instead of taking a nap,  I decided to give it a try my Derwent Watercolor Pencils. A first time for me to use these.  But I seem to enjoy playing with it,  never thought it was  easy to use.  It is soft and creamy and not easy to break.  The colors are rich and vibrant especially when you directly use it on dump paper. But unfortunately my colors are limited. I only have 12.  Now I am tempted to buy other color variants of these watercolor pencils.  Hope you like these flowers.  I will try to use this water color pencils for more serious artwork and I promise to share it with you the next time.  Have a nice day 🙂

There is no doubt, I love to sketch.  And I started very young, yet my hands are confidently strong  enough to hold a pencil.  There are lots of people that influenced me to draw.  As far as I remember, it started when there are bunches of carpenters who were fixing our house then.  Anyway, during their break time I hang with them, watched them do some sketches on some lumbers.  And there was this old man, he is  one of the carpenters, showed me how to draw a coconut tree in seconds.  It fascinates me and copy his strokes.  From then on …I never stop sketching trees! ha ha ha.

Then I tried other things as my subject until I started to read books from Child craft.  They have this edition about Arts, Famous painters and their works.  These magnificent people such as Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas, Salvador Dali caught my attention…they made me want to draw P E O P L E.  Anyway I want to show my early works I have saved.  Some of my drawings are not with me anymore.  Most of it, well I gave it to my friends because they asked for it and some are lost because I was careless then, and I don’t mind keeping my drawings because I don’t usually…you know, satisfied about it.  I always think I need more practice and all.

Anyway, I will just post some drawings I had pasted on my scrapbook.  It has stains and now weathered, I hope you don’t mind.  Mostly drawn when I was in elementary and high school.

I never had a luxurious medium for my art.  My father don’t usually buy me one, maybe because he doesn’t know any, except pencils and ball-pens.  I draw whenever there’s a chance and whatever paper I had that time.

I could still remember, I had this mural when I was young.  Yep!  Mural at the early age.  Its underneath our dinning table! It was when I hid under that table when I was playing hide and seek with my brothers and sister. And while hiding, I take that opportunity to draw a community

If you will notice that most of the time I used intermediate pad papers and oslo papers or any boards  that is available.  For coloring my stuff I used Crayola, colored pens, and Make-ups of my mother :) shhhhh…

These early works of mine…well I am not saying they are great, but I am glad I saved it .  I am too shy to share but these makes me smile once in a while. Hope you like these as much as I do.