Nothing like a good old Faculty Meeting to make me start drawing again. This time it was all about finance and how the contracts and procurement system at the University functions.
Ball point test for the Wacom Inkling. As it turns out, I operated the Inkling wrong, so there was no test. So these are the ball point drawings. When did I start to tune out the meeting? It may have been during the discussion of “high impact practices” which is the newest useless buzzword in […]
I’m not even sure there is a part 2. But 2016 has just begun, and the prospect of the rest of the year going by without some more faculty doodles is almost impossible to imagine. There will doubtlessly be more hideously dull meetings to attend. These are from some awful college committees that went on […]
Faculty meetings are necessary, but when the topics stray out of my areas of interest or start going down the twisty road of pedantry, the pen comes out of the pocket and the agenda becomes adorned. Let’s hope you get a few kicks out of these doodles made while someone was doubtlessly talking about something they […]
Found this on the hard drive. No idea what this was for, and I do not remember drawing it. There is almost no way that I could have done so without being enormously influenced by Ken DeVries, whose hexagonal latch hook rug featuring a smart salamander design impressed me so much years ago.
Faculty meetings can be pretty dull. But I’m always only a few pen strokes away from keeping myself entertained. Over the years I’ve built up quite a collection of doodles from these meetings. If I had thought a bit, I should have been drawing them in the same book all along. As it stands, they […]
This should wrap it up for posting old gesture drawings. I hope to get back to making new ones. The above is actually quite old. It dates back to the 14th century. This drawing looks like I am trying to do some kind of life drawing/cartoon amalgam – and it’s alternately successful and failing at […]