Here’s a small fun study of some nail polishes that were on my dresser. I liked painting the shine on each one.
These are my Vans on my bedroom floor. That’s it.
Hello from the backseat of my car! (I actually didn’t paint this in the backseat, I took a picture and painted it at home.) This was on our way to one of Me-Me’s doctors appointments. Me-Me likes to call me and my mom her chauffeurs, and today my mom was the chauffeur of choice.
This sketch is from my place setting at dinner with my mom and Me-Me (my mom’s mom) at Adams Restaurant while in North Wildwood, NJ. I loved how the utensils reflected the red neon from the sign outside of the restaurant. Dinner was great too.
For some reason I had to sketch the most exciting corner of my kitchen. I present to you the toaster oven, the toaster, the coffee maker, and the stove and tea kettle. I had fun painting the reflection on the stove especially.
This is one of my favorite sketches of all time. While I was sketching and eating lunch, a SEPTA (Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority, aka Philly area public transit) police car pulled up in front of Terra. The SEPTA policeman got out, casually leaned on his car, and talked to another SEPTA policeman who was standing near the bus stop. I love how much personality is in the sketch.
I had to do another one. Just one more.
This was the first time I sketched the bike rack on Broad and Walnut. (Bikes are REALLY hard to draw. So many parts!) I sat in the sun porch area at Terra Dining Hall. There are usually more bikes locked into this bike rack, but I was happy that I only had to draw four.
My trusty white Chuck Taylor All-Stars resting on my bedroom floor. Nuff’ said.
I remember seeing this guy staring at the computer while I was sitting at one of the main tables in the 8th floor computer lab in the Terra building. He was so intense that I had to draw him. I can’t remember why I was at the lab. I was probably printing something out or waiting for the Narrative Film class to start.