Saturday, April 11, 2009

Reader


Either a Harry Potter or a Grisham, page turners both. I'm trying to include hands in these drawings where ever possible, I've been avoiding them for far too long.

11 comments:

Chad Wallace said...

This one's really strong.

Stephen Gardner said...

Dude, thanks, See you soon.

memi said...

At the risk of sounding like a giddy school girl, I have been waiting to hear you say this! (about the hands...) Powerful drawing- the hands seem to already have changed your composition...

dominique eichi said...

great piece, I like the perspective from above . I'm happy I did not have hands they can be daunting sometimes especially the ones from young women in a flat pose, my sketch is the opposite, from below (by the way the palm tree was on dancing strokes)

Stephen Gardner said...

Memi- It has been too long is coming, I've been plagued with guilt over the issue. Stay tuned for more hand drawings.

Dominique- Thanks and thanks again for redirecting me to your palm tree.

Sheila said...

Love the composition of this. Reminds me of a piece from the Renaissance era...

Stephen Gardner said...

Wow Sheila, tell me more.

Every Photo Tells A Story said...

Great sketch, great perspective, and great hands, too.

wagonized said...

Hands -- what a brave undertaking.
I like how intricate the angle of her face is.

Lis said...

Sensacional, seu trabslho, abra├žos da Lis

Stephen Gardner said...

Yes hands are what it's all about I'm afraid to say, I notice I avoid them a little too often.

France- Always a pleasure to hear from you.

Lis- Thanks again.