Saturday, June 27, 2009

Sat Aft.


Anthony Holden said...

Great posture and attitude in that 2nd one from the top.

Cyberdave said...

Great stuff James.. I just wish I could keep up with you. Somewhat envious that you can get so much time to do what you obviously love to do.

My favourite is the Stanford guy, I just love the simplicity

Hopefully looking through these will encourage me to get back to drawing and my watercolours.

All the best...

Cyberdave - Vancouver, Canada

jeremy Charpentier said...

awesome gestures! love the differents attitudes!

Randeep Katari said...

Sweet stuff.


B! said...

awesome! Lets see some more!!

XAV said...

i've just dicovered your blog, i'm blown away !
so much with so few.

Tim Moen said...

hey man. i just have to say-you're awesome.

Jenny Lerew said...

Oh,love these.
Not that one has to choose but I esp. like the one of the woman on the tall chair in-isn't that a coffee bar? it looks just like the one near the Cartoon Art Museum in the city. Anyway, I love angles such as this. A great little composition. It's tops.

I'm always invigorated by you work, James--my gosh, it's going on 3 years now, I think? Thanks for keeping up the posting on top of all else you have to do. Funny to think-for each person who comments there are many hundreds who think the same thing but don't post. You've no idea where your influence winds up. Pretty cool.

Pedro Daniel said...

Wow! Beautiful blog! ^^

Stevie Ray said...

These are so beautiful, I just don't know how you do it! :)

Don Coker said...

Nice sketches, James!

sebastian meyer said...

Really sweet work, i love your ability to tell a story so clearly with your drawings.

Jmontiel said...

I love yours sketches!!!!

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