Thursday, December 2, 2010

IF: Savour

More sketches from my sketchbook project.


I thought the bedroom sketch would work for this weeks IF topic.
Who doesn't savour their sleepy time?


And here is the finished park sketch that I posted about earlier.
If you'd like to see close-ups and the rest of my sketches for this project, go here. :)

16 comments:

linnette from www.paperglitter.com said...

Amazing drawings--both of them! I am very drawn to the bedroom one due to the perspective. Love them both. This book will be awesome!!!!!!

Julissa said...

Aw, thanks Linnette! That means a lot, especially coming from you ;) This has been kinda like a meditative project for me. No pressure, just freely sketching about my surroundings. I plan to continue this and see what happens (one book at a time). ;)

Gina Perry said...

These are both beautiful!

erin said...

these are wonderful.

Melissa Arandia said...

I love how you play with perspective in your drawings. I really like these two sketches. Great sketchbook project by the way! :)

Missy said...

What wonderful sketches!

bee said...

Loving your sketchbook drawings Julissa - so much lovely detail and always so fun!!

Megan Coyle said...

Your sketches are fantastic - I love how polished they are. Your style is a lot of fun to look at.

and I know I always savor my sleepy time :)

Brad said...

your sketches are so beautifully rendered. they have a nice soft feel to them and great details. i really like how you vary your perspectives, that is something i need to work on.

cheers!

Abz said...

wonderful stuff! ;)

Julissa said...

Thanks for the comments everyone! It's fuel for me to keep going hehe XO :)

Lucy said...

Love your sketches Julissa! They are so detailed and neat! I need to start sketching more too xx

Martina y Golafre said...

Incredibleeeeeee :-)))))))

Tamara Henderson said...

Fantastic sketches! Love the details and the perspective!

Tamara Henderson said...

Thank you Julissa! You have a Happy Holidays too! :)

Abigail Shaw said...

These are all so detailed, I'll be sure to keep an eye out for your book when I visit the exhibit in Chicago. :)