Sunday, November 26, 2006

Commute Sketch-Just Chillin

Here's another one from the sketchbook...I think his shirt could've been blacker and his pants a little lighter but oh well...Hope you guys aren't tired of these yet:)


13 comments:

Smook said...

Hey Chris,

Thanks for your comment on my blog, always appreciated. You have a lot of great work here, this post in particular reminds me of a good friend of mine (only he doesn't wear glasses.

Anyway, looking forward to seeing more!

beaux said...

Fantastic artwork Chris, you have a very fun style. Keep it coming! Bytheway, what is PDI?

Clio said...

Ha. Those long commutes are fantastic for people-watching. And for seeing what garrish seat design/cloth combo public transit has managed to put out. Super fun sketch!

Jesus Lopez said...

Hi!
Very nice work!
"Billy sketches" is really GREAT!
I like much your style
Regards!

robertc said...

Hello Chris... awesome sketch! Looks like a regular Silicon Valley Caltrain commuter... all plugged into the iPod :) Great artwork throughout your blog!

kandrus said...

These are great! Keep posting more of your commute observations.

Goobeetsablog said...

not tired!
these are nice drawings.
great mood/expression to them.

Scott Wright said...

I can't tell you how much I love these water colours you've been doing...keep up the awesomeness!!!

Robin Hall said...

I don't think people ever get tired of lifedrawings and caricatures. If you think his shirt should be darker, why don't do just add another layering on top of the one you've painted? It would make his pants lighter in the process.

Anyways, nice sketch, I like it

boob said...

Wonderfully loose sketches here Chris. Reminds me a lot of Alina's work. Great great stuff. I dig the little Billy design too.

Sarah Satrun said...

Really nice!!! Great blog too!

Drazen said...

great sketches
love this guy

LDahl said...

No not tired of them at all, in fact I think this one is my favorite... love the purple feeling of this, not everyone handles that color well,but you kept it very alive, great job! Interesting character too.