James Jean, Mole A. Ink & Mixed Media on Paper 2008.
My Sketchbook feat. James Jean
Sketch. beautiful sketch !
James Jean, Mole A. Ink
Mole A | James Jean
James Jean | Mole A
Image: One of James Jeans complete art works, Enoki II Acrylic on 3 canvases, 72 x 90" 2013 James Jean is an artist from New York and now lives and works in Los Angeles. After 2007 he left illustration and began working on personal projects and exhibitions. He studied at the school of Visual Arts in New York and began working as a cover artist for DC / Vertigo comics. images: http://www.jamesjean.com/sketchbook/2008_1.htm Drawn on A5 moleskine sketchbook James Jeans sketchbook work is created to use the sketches as a resource for future reference and to document ideas. It also serves a purpose to enhance the skill to draw. The images are drawn in public situations and hold a lot of cultural context such as drawings from a train, a coffee house or the people in the pictures all suggest travel. The drawings themselves are a tangle of detailed sections which overlap each other suggesting movement. The content appears to show situations of everyday life, it is sometimes unclear whether the subject is an acquaintance of the artist or a complete stranger. An artists sketchbook is actually quite a personal thing, the sketches on each page is a snapshot that the artist as an individual has observed in a way which another might not. James jeans sketchbook serves as a collection for ideas and references for his more detailed and main projects, but this collection of drawing made in every day life can be considered a piece in themselves. Each image appears to be peaceful and thoughtful. The subjects are looking away and appear to be working on something or looking at a particular object. In particular, i find the overlapping of the sketches to be rather interesting, its as if the artist got so far with one piece of a face or an arm when the subject moved, so the artist would have to begin the line again to copy the new pose. Using this inspiration i would like to take away the idea of creating drawings which show the natural poses and the peacefulness that you can see from James Jeans drawings. In public places where people go about their every day lives, it is interesting to notice small things that we normally wouldn't even pay attention to. This also links to my initial idea of looking at the world in front of us rather than being absorbed into this world of technology and seeing life through a camera lens or the screen of a mobile phone. To draw the figures itself requires paying attention to the details and looking harder at what is around you. During the process of drawing, i think that you tend to think about what you are observing in more detail and think about the subject you are drawing.
James Jean - His ink work is amazing. This is his personal site with LOTS of photos of his work.
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James Jean- This is his personal site with LOTS of photos of his work.
James Jean | Blue// James Jean, always awesome...
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James Jean- I'm a big fan.
James Jean's sketchbook
Blue sketchbook (2007)
James Jean | Blue.
*Excerpt from an interview with John Copeland about his Journals: "Barron Storey got me started on those in 96, and I’ve been keeping them ever since. Small scale intensive sketchbooks where each page is made into a finished statement. Best part of that practice is the discipline and learning to follow through with each page till it works, experimentation and play. Anything goes in those, so you learn to play with images while working hard." Here are several artists worth looking at to help spark some ideas for content, style, and level of craftsmanship/finish. The art journals are intended to be a place for you to spread your creative wings and experiment with materials, layering and conceptual material. Your text can be serious or as silly and simple as conversations overheard in the lunchroom. Work on several pages at once. If a piece is beginning to frustrate you, leave it and work on another. Return to those pages that frustrated you later with a fresh perspective and hopefully some new ideas/approaches to solving the visual problems they were presenting. Most importantly, have fun! This is an important part of the artists practice and will improve your work immensely. Lapin of Doodlers Anonymous Morgan Blair of Doodlers Anonymous Lauren Nassef of Doodlers Anonymous John Copeland 1 John Copeland's Full website- check the painting and drawing sections James Jean sketchbooks- search through all of them! These are great.
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Kim Jung-Gi - "Marker on paper live drawing" This motherfucker right here...is a Drawing God. fuck i love his work *sob*
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Richard Kilroy Fashion Illustrations hairstylist❤️Studió Parrucchieri Lory (Join us on our Facebook Page) Via Cinzano 10, Torino, Italy.
Week 1: Richard Kilroy Fashion Illustrations graphite The image makes use of contacting detail to strong line work to create a visually one treating image. The intense realistic detail of the coat jacket gives the viewer the details of the garment while the line work and stance create the effortlessness of the image
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Richard Kilroy Fashion Illustrations. Another great use of space.
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