Thursday, November 02, 2006

Commute Sketch-PDI shuttle

Hey all...thought I'd share with you a view of what I see everyday as I hop on the shuttle from the train station to my workplace, PDI. It takes about 15 minutes to get from the the trainstation to work so I decided to draw this. Despite how bumpy it got, I'm still pretty happy with the way this turned out.


pen and watercolors.

13 comments:

Scott Wright said...

gggggggrrreat!!!!!

J said...

I'd be happy too.

Alina Chau said...

AWESOME sketches!

MadameGaston said...

I love your sketches. So simple, natural, and beautiful!

Kristian Antonelli said...

your sketches are wondeeful, chris. i especially love the attention you have given to the controls. lovely stuff

kcirbuk said...

Thanks by your comment in my blog.
You have a COLOSSAL blog!!

Greetings of Madrid

Paco K.

Gabriele Pennacchioli said...

Nice sketch Chris.
How your maquette is doing? Are you going to post it when is finished?

Todd Harris said...

those are awesome, love your use of watercolors. great style.

willipino said...

awesome sketch. he totally looks like a shuttle driver.

Goobeetsablog said...

ha ha.
you really feel like you are there.
he has a great posture.

-brian

burgerlog said...

he looks like a nice old man, how sweet!

laurent b. said...

Good atmosphere, one can really feel the type of guy he must be... Especially with the leather shoes ;)
Thanksalot for the support on my own stuff, chris.

Felicity said...

Thanks for your comments - I'm really honoured now I see your work! I've tried drawing this scene on the bus too but mine looked like a spider broke his legs and limped on the paper - how did you manage this?! The way you've captured this guy looks like he's been in that seat for years!