Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Edwards Air Force Sketches


Over this last weekend I was able to find some time and make the trip out to the Edwards Air Force Show on Sunday. Here's a page of compositional studies I did while I was there.

11 comments:

Patrick Morgan said...

Thanks for the comment. Your stuff is great too. I'll besure to check your blog often.

cheers,
Patrick

Darryl Young said...

Kelsey,
Thanks for the kind words, now I have another blog to visit each day :), beautiful work.
It just so happens that I'm very good friends with BJ and have worked with him for several years. He has found memories of Reelworks. If you'd like to get ahold of him, you can reach him here....
http://www.chewblog.blogspot.com/
There's four of us who post on this blog, and when you reach him please tell him I sent you. It's an incredibly small world, isn't it?
Take Care,
-Darryl

Mark McDonnell said...

Great camera angles, and seperation of values. Impressive as always my friend. A joy to view your work.

MAC

Tim Szabo said...

Just about the right level of detail. Tells the story very clearly. As Axe would say, "Nnnnnnoice!"

Wignke said...

You have a very confident line. I also really dig that you vary your technique when sketching. I'll be back to visit your blog again.

Bill

Garrett Shikuma said...

These look great Kelsey!
Quick drawings, and very well done!
I have to do more location sketching too..

Alina Chau said...

You have a nice blog!! Welcome to blogger!! Love your works and style!! Will visit often! Cheers!

onclejohann said...

Kmann - To see the mind of an artist at work (as in your Citizen Kane studies) is always a treasure for me. I do plan on visiting more often. I won't steal but I have been known to be inspired by other artists :-)

Smook said...

fantastic sketches!

Akshata said...

wonderful compositions Kelsey.Thanks 4 visiting my blog!about ur question...these landscapes were done during our study-tour.Location-A state called "Kerela" which is in Southwest of India...This state is aslo called as 'Gods awn Country" Very beautiful place.The landscapes r done on the spot!Only final touching has been done at home.

Hans said...

WOW! This is really awesome stuff. Love the way you make everything look so solid, can't wait to see more. Hope you don't mind me adding a link to your blog :D

Take care,

Hans