JASON AND I SKETCHED AT GRAND CENTRAL

Join us at Sketchbook Skool in the Stretching semester! I have been a big proponent of sketching with the Paper app on the iPad. Here is what happened when fellow Sketchbook Skool fakulty Jason Das and I sketched at Grand Central station using the Paper app:

BALLS TO THE WALL

Found this little guy on Sktchy and drew him while on the phone with my friend -- ah the stuff one dares to do when one thinks it doesn't/won't matter. Like drawing in pen and not caring that one is going to eff it all up. Balls to the wall.  

BACK TO BIRDS

There's always time for a redstart and a sparrow. 
I scribbled on an iPad pro the other day at the Apple Store using the Apple Pencil and oh, I shouldn't have. Now I want need one. 

SKTCHY FORCES ME BACK INTO PORTRAITS





To those who are familiar with Sketchy, this is no big deal: people post pictures, you choose one, you draw it, you upload it. People comment, and it's an incredibly supportive community of super skilled people. Oh the inspiration! I love that it has forced me into the habit of drawing a portrait a day -- or just about. 

On a different note, I recently met Jason Das at Grand Central Station for a little sketching session. For his first sketch on an iPad, he did an amazing colorful piece. It was all about Stretching, because that's what our Sketchbook Skool semester is all about! His sketching demo in New Orleans is super inspiring and I urge you to check it out ASAP!

With Danny Gregory and Jason Das


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IT'S ALL OR (ALMOST) NOTHING

Lately, I have either taken the time to draw or stole two minutes at the car wash to say "at least I drew something today" (albeit on my iPhone, with the tip of my index). 
The first three were inspired by photos on the (now completely addictive) Sktchy app.