I haven't been as productive in the studio recently as I would like. I am, however, trying to work in my sketchbook every day. Below are several recent entries.
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In addition to studio work, I've been busy drawing in my sketchbooks. My Several months ago I switched to the larger format Moleskine Japanese sketchbooks (5 x 8.25") from the smaller ones (3.5 x 5.5").
I am enjoying the extra space on the page. I think working larger has loosened my line work. The newer sketchbooks feel freer and less conscious of the page's edge.
You can view more of these new sketchbook drawings here.
Inspired by her work, I purchased a sketchbook and began drawing. Each set of pages is of a particular space, our living room, a friend's apartment, a coffee shop. Each space is connected to the next set of pages by an architectural element, shape, or line.
I've always been a fan of the Surrealist parlor game Exquisite Corpse and like to think of this sketchbook as a spatial version of the game.
I shared my first sketchbook with my critique group last week and received some great feedback. One suggestion was to research the variety of camera angles used to create interest and meaning in film and bring that variation into my work. This shot below is of my first attempt to incorporate this idea. I think it's a start, but that I can push this idea much further.