SKETCHBLOG: 9/03/09 Insomnia wins.

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ARG- couldn’t sleep. Insomnia wins. So I sketched earlier this morning- around 4 AM. Enjoy these while I get a shower and then some brekkies with the G.F. and der kinder-kooks. Yawwwn. NEED COFFEE.

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SKETCHBLOG: 9/2/09

From SKETCHES 9-09 From SKETCHES 9-09 From SKETCHES 9-09 DOC BABYLON &

DOC BABYLON, SIMON MORNINGSTAR and ROCK GIBRALTAR!

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DOC BABYLON & SIMON MORNINGSTAR Created by/©‚TM Bill Woodcock, Jr. and Greg Giordano.

ROCK GIBRALTAR Created by/©‚TM Greg Giordano.

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SKETCHBLOG: 9/01/09

Buck certainly has gone through a few permutations comic-strip wise, but here is the basic idea of his look: From Golden Age/ Public Domain Anyways, Thought I’d give redesigning him a try, remembering the remodel Buck thread at Warren Ellis’ Freakangel forum.

I only got one sketch done yesterday morning.  A remodel of classic space adventure newspaper comic character, BUCK RODGERS.  Buck certainly has gone through a few permutations comic-strip wise, but here is the basic idea of his look:

From Golden Age/ Public Domain

Anyways, Thought I’d give redesigning him a try, remembering the remodel Buck thread at Warren Ellis’ Freakangel forum. So here was yesterday morning’s attempt:

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I made the classic space adventurer over using a mash-up of European 19th century Naval uniform-meets-samurai. Fun to do.

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Here are a few of my daily sketches from over the spring-summer. I have been doing 3 sketches a day every morning while doing my 3 S’s. Or sometimes at/after  breakfast if I get derailed. Either way, I’ve accumulated many many sketches. I do this as part of my morning mindfulness meditation (google it, Jon Kabot-Zinn, Phillipe Goldin, etc.). It clears my mind- and it is right now ( as my responsibilities have skyrocketed since May), my only means of centering myself, thoughts etc.  As I do the breathing part of the meditation- I am also drawing whatever comes to mind, which seems to be superhero characters. some new and some old. Here’s a few:


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