Friday, August 10, 2007

RFK Camera Guy WIP

This is a drawing in progress of our favorite camera guy at RFK stadium. When we go to the Washington Nationals baseball games one of his assignments is to wander around the stadium and get the fans on camera. He does quite a job of getting the fans excited and cheering - especially if they think they will be on the big screen for a few seconds.

I said this is a work in progress because I got to this point and didn't know where to go next so I stopped. I might try printing out a few copies on watercolor paper and experiment with some color. Comments and suggestions appreciated.

6 comments:

Rah Kyndl said...

I appreciate the fact that you posted on the group site so I could then find your blogsite. Having gone almost all the way back(!), I found lots of pieces you've done that inspire me to keep drawing; and I esp. like your commentaries that are rich with good artistic info about process, materials, etc.
I do have a question: when you coat your moleskine with a 'ground'...what is that? And which moleskine do you use?
Thanks for sharing your work.

m allison r said...

You should check out this site as well...
http://www.suzannebuchanan.blogspot.com/

Joy said...

Wow, Zeke! This is fantastic! It looks great "as is" without the color!

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Your lines are so brilliant Zeke. What pen do you use - is it ultra fine?

suzanne said...

Good for you...having the patience to try out different scenerios before you move on the real thing. I think this is a great idea...but I'm not very good at slowing my pace down to do it...and, in turn, make mistakes!

Please share what becomes of this piece.

phthaloblu said...

I think this looks fantastic without any more additions. What a wonderful subject and view.