Wednesday, July 19, 2006

sketchbook pages

Here are some pages from my old sketchbook (2002). These were done when I was first thinking about making a comic book. They are the first drawings of Stuart (a.k.a The Possum). When I draw in my sketchbooks, I'm not thinking about making a pretty drawing. These drawings were done quickly, with the sole purpose of getting an idea on paper.


Blogger Sketchaholic said...

You plan on selling a copy of the ole sketchbook too?

Oh, thanks for the link. I see you found my webpage. :)

3:15 PM  
Blogger Blair Kitchen said...

Hey Vi! I figure I should get some more comics done before I do a sketchbook. I've got a tonne of sketches though... mainly planning out different stories and what not. I figure I'll see if anyone buys my comic before I think of selling sketchbooks...... maybe one day though.

p.s. thanks for sending the picture of your son. He must not take after you, cause he's a good lookin' kid.

3:41 PM  
Blogger onemanpunkband said...

haha awsome sketches!

5:15 PM  
Blogger Blair Kitchen said...


5:29 PM  
Blogger The Laughing Chimp said...

Great sketches, very spontaneous. I need to learn how to get my ideas on the paper as freely as you do. Sometimes I think too much about what people would say and end up with a stiff sketch.
Great stuff man, really like the possum pages. Are you going to sell the book at the Comic-Con? Can't wait to get my hands on it.
Thanks for the comments. PS: I placed a link to your blog on my blog, hope that that's ok with you.

2:30 AM  
Blogger Blair Kitchen said...

Thanks for the comments and the link! The link feature on these blogs is one of the coolest features. You get to see so many great blogs that you never would have seen because of those. It is amazing how fast you can end up looking at someone's blog from around the world in just a few jumps! Thanks again.
p.s. on a side note, it wasn't until I started not worrying about what other people thought of my sketchbook stuff, that I started to have fun sketching. As long as you are an honest critic of your own work, you will probably improve alot more by not worrying.

9:50 AM  

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