Heres a few doodles I did while waiting for some paintings to dry. A bonus of being home is I get to chill with one of my best buds, my German Shepherd Wile. E. I grew up with this dude. He's getting older, so I'm trying to take advantage of this time. I wanted to try something I read about: spraying milk onto your charcoal for an interesting effect. Edel Rodgriguez talks about it here. Not sure if I'm doing it right, but it was a good time. Definitely had the great drawings of my buddy Trey Bryan in the back of my head while doing these.

Here he is kickin it in my painting space:




take care,
-fv

14 comments:

N.Hall said...

So cute.

good sketches :)

Kyle T. Webster said...

Solid, solid drawing. I wish more people took the time to really learn how to DRAW. Francis, your work is so good... sometimes, you make me feel lazy. That's a good thing.

Erin McGuire said...

Someone had their dog at the studio the other day and it was awesome having her around to draw. Everyone in the art department seemed chill and more positive. :) Nice sketches as always

Tanya Lam said...

Your dog makes a great model! Fantastic drawings, Francis.

abey said...

Yes I agree with Kyle T., I feel too drawing is a little bit underestimate!! Very nice ones!

Tyler Schatz said...

great gestures and movement here


take in as much time as you can with him man!

RAWLS said...

Milk?! Crazy. Awesome sketches bro! Great 'animation'.

Trey. said...

thanks for the shout out man, your stuff is very inspiring as well. love the new painting on the VLP. you asshole. I uploaded some more drawings on the blog, kinda old.


-Trey b

Dominic Bugatto said...

Lovely pieces.

A. Riabovitchev said...

Briliant sketches!:o)

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Tiffany prothero said...

Great Dog studies, love the movement. :)

jesse winchester said...

Wonderful studies here. Love german shepards, love the drawings.

jesse winchester said...

Wonderful studies here. Love german shepards, love the drawings.