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“Nurse Hypo” and Others by Phillip Jackson

Nurse Hypo by Phillip Jackson Phillip Jackson, aka Jolly Jack, creator of the memorable “Sequential Art” and other online comic strips, has a great little sketchbook section to find a little inspiration.  His drawings are fresh, sexy, and humerous – not a bad combination. More…

November 7, 2008

Otis Sketch and Others from Chris Legaspi

Although his site seems to not have been updated recently (I could be wrong), you definitely need to check out the work of Chris Legaspi.  Rarely do you find someone so diverse in talents: from fine art to cartoon, this guy has all styles on…

July 8, 2008

“Mangled” and Others by Phillip Rauschkolb

Looking at the drawings Phillip Rauschkolb has posted on his sketch blog, it’s easy to see that he’s way into comics.  Currently working at an ad agency in Portland, Oregon, his true calling is the comics industry.  He’s working on his own comic book, and…

July 7, 2008

“Edward Sylvester Morse, pottery collector” and Others by Lauren Nassef

Lauren Nassef, a  Chicago artist, does a great job of conveying a lot of emotion in very simple, minimal drawings.  Sometimes – probably more often than not – simpler is better.  Case in point.

July 1, 2008

“Nelly” and Others by Bruno Leyval

Every once in a while you come across art that just really grips you.  This is the case for me when I saw the works of French artist Bruno Leyval.  His brutal inks are a study of human life that punch you in the face:…

July 1, 2008

“Dizzee Rascal: Commission” and Others by Andy Buck

If you’re into realistic drawings, you’ll get your share of eye candy from Andy Buck.  I like this one in particular because there’s just noone quite like Dizzee Rascal and his whacktastic beats.  Check out Andy’s page on deviantART, plus a few more below the…

July 1, 2008

“Kristoff” by Richard T. Scott

“Kristoff” by Richard T. Scott

Figurative artist Richard T. Scott is an artist from Georgia and currently works for Jeff Koons as a studio painter. He studied painting at the University of Georgia and received his Masters of Fine Painting at the New York Academy of Art.

March 21, 2008

Untitled (2 Eyes 1 Body) by Saara Maria Piispa

Untitled (2 Eyes 1 Body) by Saara Maria Piispa

Although I would argue that Finnish Saara Maria Piispa’s paintings are much stronger than the small collection of drawings she currently displays on her site, I nonetheless feel some of them are quite compelling.  Sometimes the idea and though behind a drawing, simple as it…

March 20, 2008

“Accompanied” by Eric Haddad

Accompanied by Eric Haddad

Living in Boston, Eric Haddad is busy making some fantastic drawings, including the one you see.  Very clean, very fresh, and quite a beautiful style.  I also really like his Adobe Illustrator drawings.  Definitely someone to keep your eye on.

March 12, 2008

Thong Sketch by Khary Randolph

Thong Sketch by Khary Randolph

Khary Randolph has a ton of really nice sketches and full-color art on his site, especially if you’re into comics.

March 12, 2008