Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Moleskine in Moleskine


Here's my zig zag!

10 comments:

no way said...

Wow! I just found this from the EDM superblog. How exciting to see some of my favorite artists, all in the same spot. Looking forward to seeing the artwork that is produced here!

gabi campanario said...

yai! brilliant!

juj said...

This is stunning! Is anyone else now even more intimidated to draw for France than they were before?!?! Yikes!

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Yay!
And yes, now the pressure is really on...

gabi campanario said...

btw France, you gotta send me that html code for the moly button, it looks nifty

MIguel Herranz said...

After seeing this wonderful drawing (actually a couple of days ago on your blog) and the one Gabi posted today... well, I guess I'll not draw my moly, and pass directly to draw into. And so, Ladies and Gentlemen... I'VE STARTED!!! (at last).
Suzanne, I'll send this... soon.

juj said...

Miguel -
Thank Goodness!! Now I don't have to feel so guilty for being the only one who had started. I did stop working in mine while I worked on a portrait exchange with Witness (sketchpot/leaking mind juice) which I will post on my blog as soon as I have his permission, but now I will get back at it. I'll be honest - my contribution to my own moleskine isn't anything special, but I figured if I didn't do something I'd never do anything...

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

I actually can't wait to start drawing. Seriuosly. I'm hoping the postie brings it tomorrow. And, at least the first one is in your own book, which kind of takes the pressure off a little. Eases you into it.

Ollif said...

WOW!!! So realistic! (=
Great drawing indeed!

wagonized said...

Why thanks. :-)