Hold On (Sketch #2)

  • My sketches, which I draw on whatever I can find, generally start with no plan or idea in mind unlike my paintings. I usually start doodling in the middle of class as I find that it helps me concentrate and listen to what my professors are saying. I start on a random spot on the page and then the sketch somehow develops into an abstraction of my inner thoughts. 
    I never intend for these sketches to be considered part of my portfolio, but after completion, I find that they have as much portfolio-worthy quality as my larger scale paintings and drawings that show my creativity, artistic skill, and execution with a simple ink pen.
  • Sketch #2
    Ink on Paper