Traditional Drawings

Sketches: January 2014

I’ve realized that I don’t do much drawing lately, which sucks. So, I bought a small sketchbook that can glare at me from the coffee table every day, and force me to pick up the pencils. I try to do sketches every day or at least a couple of times per week. Every Wednesday I…

About Envy

  A leisurely reflection on envy and its effect on relationships. Size: A3 Color pencils on sketch paper Finished in 2010

Cookiecute

  Just a little drawing for fun, exploring colorful makeup options. Color pencils on paper, A4 Finished in 2009  

Dr. Sketchy’s Anti Art School: Rebels & Revolution

If you enjoy drawing from life, last night was probably the place to be at Dr. Sketchy’s event in Stockholm, Sweden: wonderful models, great atmosphere, a room full of like-minded people and drinks. My experience with croquis/sketching sessions has been painfully limited as of late since most of my attention has been focused on exploring…

Homage to the Good Wife

A small piece about domestic abuse. Pencils on paper No photo references A4 Finished in 2010

Still lifes

Rough sketch paper, color pencils Drawn from life during boring classes 2009

Traditional art portfolio

     

HyperRed

Portrait of Matt Bellamy from Muse to practice a new technique with glossy metallic color pencils. The reference is a screenshot from the video for “Bliss”. Color pencils on thick sketch paper Size: A4 2010

Portrait of Jeffro

Finished in 2009. Took around 6 hours. Photo references were used. Pencils on paper. Size: A4

Rebel & Martyr

I enjoy playing with symbols and iconic imagery, so I had a little fun with Marx and Ché. Photo references were used, naturally. Pencils on paper. Size: A6 2010

Rebel Yell

A study of screaming. Color pencils on rough paper, A4 Photo reference used Finished in 2007    

Roboerotica

Color pencils on sketch paper. No references used. Size: A3 Finished in 2007

Goodbye

This was a heavily experimental piece, done purely for relaxation. It’s actually showing the front of the body while the head is facing the opposite direction, an attempt to illustrate ambivalence. The strings/staircase play a significant role as well. Size: A4. Color pencils on rough sketch paper

Embrace

This was a gift for a couple of my good friends. Pencils on thin sketch paper. Took me approx. 2 days to finish. Size: A3.