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Friday, March 31, 2006

goin' fishin'



Another fun time when I had a chance to draw with the gesture class students. This model was great! She had clean lines and strong interesting story to her posing. Her name is Marissa Gomez {I hope that's right} and she is one of my favorite models. She's also the model in my drawing of the sitting girl with the big hat.

14 comments:

Clay Kaytis said...

Yay Dave! I was wondering if you could keep the posting streak going. Love it. Love it!

willipino said...

super nice sketch! i love the story telling in your drawings.

RoboTaeKwon-Z said...

Great drawings Dave!! Congatulations on a very interesting blog! I'm gonna link you sucka!!!
-John S.

Germán said...

Just read about you starting a blog over at james robertsons blog. I really liked your articles. especially the one about lemonade. keep posting/inspiring

Jenny said...

This is one of my favorites...really, man--do that book! *nag nag nag*

Gee, I just think this is as perfect as sketching gets. It could easily be from the pen of an animator in Don Graham's class in 1940. You'd fit right in there. : )

Cholki said...

I'm glad to see some of your new work. Your gestures in Walt Stanchfields handouts are inspirational.GREAT STUFF. I hope you will post more of your thoughts on drawing as you did on Seward Street.

Dave Pimentel said...

You all are super cool! thank you so much! It's a nice welcome to blogging. John, thanks for the link. I think storyboardom is awesome!

donnachada said...

Great to see you blogging Dave. 'Bout time :) Glad Jenny nudged you.

R.A. MacNeil said...

Wonderful drawings.

Lee said...

these are really nice drawings,

Dave Pimentel said...

Donnachada is right! Many thanks to Jenny of "Blackwing Diaries". With out you, no one would have heard of my blog. What a Super friend and great artist herself!

St John Street said...

Excellent work such clearity throughout every piece very inspiring work I'll be sure to return take care!!!

St John Street said...

I'm back beceause I just remember where I know your name from it was in Walt S. notes loved that after reading about from his notes and seeing examples from his class of your work then to run into your blog is a great thing such a beautiful thing considering I never thought in a million years would I ever have the chance to communicate u or anyone that was affiliated with the notes or Walt I hope to continue leraning from what he has thought u and what u have learned on your own take care!!!

MATRIX said...

Ooooh, je decouvre ton blog, et j'aime beaucoup la sensibilté qui s'y degage