Saturday, June 12, 2010

Moleskine sketches - continued

Moleskine sketches '09-'10

continuing from where i left off last year...

Moleskine sketches '09-'10
Moleskine sketches '09-'10
Moleskine sketches '09-'10
Moleskine sketches '09-'10
Moleskine sketches '09-'10

i've been a little hesitant to use this moleskine somehow,
and left it hanging there up until that last page this january.

after i finished my leuchtturm sketchbook last week,
and while using a new landscape format sketchbook (coming soon)
i picked it up again - here are some pages from this past week :

Moleskine sketches '09-'10
Moleskine sketches '09-'10
Moleskine sketches '09-'10
Moleskine sketches '09-'10
Moleskine sketches '09-'10
Moleskine sketches '09-'10
Moleskine sketches '09-'10
Moleskine sketches '09-'10
Moleskine sketches '09-'10
Moleskine sketches '09-'10
Moleskine sketches '09-'10
Moleskine sketches '09-'10
Moleskine sketches '09-'10

ballpoint, ink, markers & acrylic in moleskine sketchbook. ©2009-2010.

i've been completely addicted to making these leaflets of
miniature paintings, so more sketchbook pages coming soon!

sorry about posting so many sketchbook pages - this year just has been a great
year for that for many reasons.

12 comments:

  1. Anonymous9:06 AM

    You're saying sorry for posting so many sketchbook pages? Don't be!!

    I love when you do a huge sketchbook post; you get to see all your ideas and experiments which lead to your finished pieces. These pages are just as important and as good as any of the bigger pieces we get to see. It’s all relevant in the process.

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  2. ouch !!!! My eyes !!!!Sooooooooooo good !

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  3. don't apologize! these are great. i love seeing into other artist's sketchbooks, as it's both inspiring and telling, sometimes more than finished, polished works.

    keep 'em coming!

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  4. Stella, I love that you share your sketchbook pages!
    It's great to see some of the workings of your process + inspiration. Your piece at the London Miles gallery is awesome. I went last night, there was a tasty buzz. It was fab to finally see your work in person.
    Natsx

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  5. I love ALL of your work, you are such an inspiration. I wish I was half as talented as you.

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  6. These are amazing! I especially love that second one. It reminds me of Yoshitaka Amano's work for some reason.

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  7. These are soooo good, Stella!
    Oh, I almost forgot: in the May 2010 issue of Tatler Hong Kong there is this shooting by Baldovino Barani and when I saw it I was "OMG! this girl looks like Stella drew her".
    Look at her features:

    http://www.ljplus.ru/img4/f/a/fake_to_take/39_prophet9.jpg

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  8. Anonymous10:23 AM

    absolutely amazing!!!! i wish you would print and sell these as books! :)

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  9. Hi Stella! I love the colors in these :-D My Stella prints are hanging to the left side of me as I type this comment!

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  10. oh wow thanks, everyone!

    @ Nats - wow, thanks for going to the show! i'm sure it was a good grouping to see too. hope it was great!

    @ info - it's so fun to see photos of what the girls i draw might look like in real life.
    and they're all different looking too depending on who sends them in. thank you!

    @ yana - thank you~~ ahhh those i gave you AGES ago. now i feel so old. haha

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  11. i LOVE these huge posts of sketches. <3

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