Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Sketchbook 26: Sketchbook Sessions

Wednesday night is sketchbook night. So, the last few Wednesdays I've been hanging out with the San Diego Sketchbook Session Artists at Café Venti, drawing and eating Spam fried rice until 1 am.

The first Sketchbook Session night, I ordered the Spicy Squid and a Pepsi, and promptly drew the scene my book. Below, are a few of the Sketchbook Sessions drawings I drew in Sketchbook 26, while eating, talking and singing karaoke with friends.

September 2nd, the San Diego Sketchbook Session Artists will be displaying their work at Drawsome! an Art Show to support the Arts at the Public Library in Chula Vista, Califonia.  Read more about this Event.

In this drawing: Frank Strocco, Aaron Kasten, Dave Wilkins, Spicy Squid, Paul Davies, Eddie Holly, Jared Lipscomb, Peter Han and art fan, Tina Marie.
In this drawing: Cazi Tena. Susan Dawe talks to Laura from Wales. Video game artist Jin Kim told me, if you press the button (bottom left) the waiter will come and will bring Spam fried rice.
Illustrator, David Gordon at Comic Con (left) lost naked guy (right)

David Gordon, Alberto Ruiz, Tim Mantoani and I were throw together at a Comic Con dinner at Bice.

For the drawing nerds: Sketchbook 26 is 8.5 x 11 inches, Neehah Environment Desert Storm, recycled sustainable paper. 32 letter sized pages folded in half, with a file folder for a cover. The whole thing is stapled and taped together, making a 64 page booklet. I started this one last month at Comic Con.  I used Platinum Carbon Ink in a Lamy Safari fountain pen and colored pencils with some acrylic paint here and there.

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