2.09.2011

Rob Dunlavey

I just found this artist/illustrator, and was impressed by his sketchbooks and morning routine for creating them. He gets up early each morning and does two or three paintings before everyone else in the house wakes up. I know from experience how good a commitment like this is for development. Even when I don't think anything is working in my art I know I'm keeping something alive by drawing every day. Take a look at these sketchbooks at BookByItsCover. He has a blog, and shares with us via Flickr.

Rob Dunlavey via Book By It's Cover


3 comments:

RC Reese said...

very interesting! love the birds snuggled in there. I always love sketchbooks...I've been trying to start get more out of my box as well and layering in my sketchbook as well. :-) Thank you for sharing

barbarabeesblog said...

Developing a routine to start your artwork every day is I guess the most useful habit - I'm still working on mine. But I fear starting in the early morning would work for me, not without a huge pot of coffee and especially when its dark outside at wintertime I would say: That is definitely not my time!.
Thanks for sharing this sketchbook blog.

Lari Washburn said...

Thanks to both of you for visiting. barbarabee, I visited your beautiful and resourceful blog. Thanks for sharing with us!

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