The Evolution of a Draftsman

My work on the Lumberjacks, Kings, & Carpenters series is done and the work on my new series of drawings is in it’s early stages. I have been working on my first drawing in this new series, which, I will post in a few days. Before that though I thought I would post the entire Lumberjacks, Kings, & Carpenters series so that they get the proper credit they deserve in my process as a draftsman. 

These drawings really helped me process ideas, try out new imagery, focus on better transitions and smoothness, and add a splash of color. All of these except No8 were done on wood panel. That in itself has been an area that I have strived to get a super butter softness while working on a hard surface. Overall, I am very happy with how they all came out as indivuduals pieces and as a group. I improved my craft, lots of ideas were spurned, and I evolved as a draftsman. 

On to the next…

 

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  1. An amazing technique you have here. I love how you combine a very detailed subject with loose surroundings. Power full work! thanks for sharing.

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