Friday, March 10, 2006

February People

People drawn on public transport, in the street & from the TV.




These were drawn at a gig in Camden.

19 comments:

Kristian Antonelli said...

Mr Jones, I will try and step out to your life classes. what night is it?Are you still taking the one in angel?

Kristian Antonelli said...

oh, and I love the bottom images of the girl singer..bang on the money..mister

Matt J said...

Howdy K, Angel classes are run on Monday & Tuesday evenings. we normally attend Tuesday as it's quieter but can't make it this week so probably go Monday!

Candid Arts Centre, behind the station

gur-B said...

See you there with bells on!

Matt J said...

Before during or after?

gur-B said...

Crookshank ! Give me back my blogger password WILL YA !!!

Matt J said...

Oh boy . . . just when I thought this blog had become respectable . . .

Jontxu said...

Your work is awesome, congratulations, i really enjoy with the scketches of the corpse bride, :-)

Victor Ens said...

Beautiful drawings !

Sean Hayden said...

great header matt, and you deleted that star thing… what happened to all your links

Matt J said...

Well, it's still not the right size but I got rid of the star thing by changing the entire template but doing that also deleted the links!

I've given up for now . . . thanks for your patient help yesterday.

Matthew Cruickshank said...

Your Blog is the most enviromentally friendly I've seen!

It resembles a rainforest now.

Go green...

Matt J said...

Thanks Kermit!

willipino said...

really great sketches! i dig the top page.

Matthew Cruickshank said...

You're a Blog Frog.

Laura Roigé - ShirKa _. said...

Incredible your work and your carreer!!
I admire your nice stuff
Congratulations.

alberto mielgo said...

Very February people.
All of them look sad as this last cold and windy february.
Great sketches

Smook said...

It's nice to see an unabridged page from your sketchbook. Interesting on how you try to simplify your observed sketches into a design. Again, more solid work, Mr. Jones.

I love how you captured the pose of the singer the the bottom most gesture on the last page. Wonderful.

Wetterschneider said...

I like the red pencil sketch in the upper corner of the first page best - but they are all fine fine quickies.