Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Four More!

These two are from my sketchbook. The first is a girl at the haircut shop and the second was poor Dan Cooper {Art Director at WDFA} being assaulted by a drunk lady on the Metrolink.

These are from my gesture class when I had time to actually sit and draw with the students.


Emma said...

Hey Dave! I bloghopped here from Blackwing Diaries, and I remember that picture of the two old people and the cadillac. I was a student at CalArts when you two story guys came to give us a talk in 03.
That talk was really inspiring... I've since dropped out of school but have been working on things on my own, trying to get better in the story art field. Would you mind terribly if I dropped you an email?

Jenny said...

Hey--great to see these, up and looking good!
: )

willipino said...

hey dave.
welcome to the blog family. looking forward to seeing your sketches!

J said...

Hey Dave. Great to see you blogging. I have to admit I'm a big fan. You, Tom Gately, and Joe Moshier's work in the Stanchfield notes was instrumental in my development as an artist. I can't wait to see more of your work.

Dave Pimentel said...

Hey, Wow! check out the love flowing. Im happy to hear you all like the stuff. Awesome!

you can definately email me, but know that the email on my sight is my home email and I wont be able to get back to you as quickly as I can but I will.

thanks for all your support. You Rock!

Willy and J,

thanks for the kind words you guys are great and you will see more very soon. Keep drawing!

Peace and Love!

mark kennedy said...

Great, great stuff Dave. Can't wait to see more!

Adriana said...

Hello! I came here through Heather Chaves' blog. Wow, lovely work you have!!

Marmax said...

Great stuff! I especially love the second to last drawing!

torahmann said...

Joe, Tom, Dave??? I haven't said those names in the same sentance since....well, yesterday! What about Stevie??? Man, them days are gems in my mind! Miss you Dave. You have come a long way since CalArts! You should post some of your old school work when we were there, and show how time changes your style, as well as polishes it.