I share most of my work over at my Instagram, it’s just easier and faster for me. I usually just snap a pic and in two seconds I can share it, no need to scan anything. However, I decided to scan some pages from my sketchbook so you can get a better idea of what my sketches look like up-close.
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This year the AIGA Seattle is celebrating its 25th year anniversary. To celebrate, AIGA threw a party, along with an exhibition called The Future of Design. I designed a poster for the event. My poster is based on the idea that no matter when, the main idea of a design, it will always start with a simple sketch.
And Here is the sketch of the sketch poster.
In addition, I invited my good friend Emiliano Molina to be part of the project. He has been a good friend of mine for years and he is also an excellent industrial/graphic designer. Check out his poster.
Here’s a sketch I did a few days ago. Like I’ve said before, I’m not that good with portraits, but I decided to give it a shot anyways and try to do one of my favorite artists, Diego Rivera. I still don’t know what I’m going to do with it.
Here is a smal illo I pulled from my sketchbook. I used some watercolor and my favorite pen, the Faber-Castell PITT artist pen.
I put some more pages from my sketchbook over at my website. I love looking at other people’s sketchbooks, so I decided to put up some of my own.
I have been super busy lately, my full-time job and my freelancing are taking all my time. But every once in a while I mange to squeeze a sketch or two in my sketchbook. Last year I went to the Seattle Show and got one of those four-color Bic pens and I’ve been using it quite a bit, it’s pretty fun. Here are some sugar skulls I did last week.