It's a Cutch-22 Kind of Wednesday
Yesterday I posted an ink drawing of my hero, Roberto Clemente, so today I figured I'd bring us back to the future with my favorite Pittsburgh Pirate, Andrew McCutchen.
Is it Summer Yet?
Well the Steelers' season is over and I'm trying to find ways to cope; so I'm already thinking about baseball.
What better way to start getting into the Pittsburgh Pirate mood than to commemorate the Great One, Number 21.
Oh yeah and I finished the SpaceMan. So Hit the jump to Check out the Drawings, step-by-step.
I draw a lot; (Especially in my free time) and I love people watching, so it's a wonder why it has taken me so long to start combining these two. Here's the premise:
I'll draw a random stranger on the sidewalk (it may have been you, sorry for using your likeness), and tweek it. It's a bit windy to try to explain it all, so I'll show you.
It starts with a sketch
A little 4x6 line drawing with a little "tweeking" to make the subject a little more interesting and expressive.
And Then a Watercolor
I scale it larger, Try to fill the space a little more, and more "tweeking".
The third and final step will be large acrylic paintings.
I'm constantly creating sketches and turning them into watercolors, but I only recently begun turning them into larger paintings.
I'll keep you posted as I keep cranking out artwork.
(Primarily Ceramic) Artist