Inside the Sketchbook

When my sketchpad is hanging around in an obvious place – people will often ask if they can look through it. In the old days when my sketchpad did double duty as a journal I wasn’t comfortable with that at all. These days I have much less angst (and tend to keep it safely tucked away better) so I don’t mind at all.

I just finished filling another one and today I will be starting in a brand new one that I received as a gift for Christmas.

I thought that I would share with you some of the random images that were inside of this one that were not for clients or paid projects. This is the side stuff. My little doodles and thought processes forming. Some I will explain and some you will have to ask about if you would like the rest of the story.

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tattoo style lettering practiceThis little guy was posted before. London Gargoyle tattoo style lettering practicetattoo style lettering practice I drew these little guys one day when I was working at the doctors office and a patient no showed. random critters This one was done for a watercolor painting that I made jackalope watercolor step by step jackalope sketch couch drawing   It’s a Safety Cone Monster Safety Cone Monster safety cone monster    random sketch pad drawings penguins   Toaster Hook Baby

~ by justteejay on January 4, 2012.

3 Responses to “Inside the Sketchbook”

  1. The faces in the doorknobs with key holes intrigue me the most, but as a follower of your creations, I am interested in all. The white furred insect in the raspberry I find very attractive, as well as the skull with the fetus in the eye socket and the words willingness and humility. I am encouraged to step out of my comfort zone by seeing you post personal sketches and allowing people to ask about their stories. It is a blessing to see and hear you.

  2. Ummm is the 3 eyed penguin taken!!??? Because I think I have a foot that would love to wear it 🙂

  3. You can have any penguin that your little heart desires : )

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