Monday, November 17, 2008

Dominic


Dominic is an English bloke who came and sat with me whilst I was drawing a street scene in Brooklyn yesterday. When I sat he came and sat with me I mean he was wheeling a chair up the street and he just parked it by me and started talking. At that point I stopped drawing the street and started to draw Dominic. Crime of opportunity, so to speak. We had a couple of pints and he told me a joke then he wheeled his chair off and that was that. Sketch of the day.

9 comments:

ecccch said...

Seems like a good guy to hang out with.

SeƱor R said...

hey very good ink sketch

Stephen Gardner said...

Ecccch, this guy was a real trip, I'm still sorting it out but he bought me a pint that I wound up paying for and I bought him a pack of cigs as well, he was well worth it though in terms of entertainment value.

Senor r, thanks man, I enjoyed this moment.

memi said...

Love this one and the way that it came about-
the essence of being in the moment with him so comes across.

emikk said...

I'd buy a deck of cigs to hang 'wid dis guy....even tho he's british, so I'd hang wid dis bloke....am I saying it right?

emikk said...

I'm emikk as well as eccch, to make it confusing...i'm confused, i know that!

Genine said...

great sketch, love the feeling init

Stephen Gardner said...

Memi, he was a trip and I'm still thinking on it.

Emikk, Ecccch, I'd know you anywhere.

Genine, thanks for stopping by

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

excellent, Stephen. love all your new stuff.