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Let every man be master of his time.
The Batman TV series starring Adam West was my first introduction into the world of the caped crusader.
POWEE! BAM!!! ZOOKS!!!! Happy Birthday, Adam West and many Bat-thank you’s for all the Bat-inspirations!!!!!
I was blessed to have had the opportunity to sketch the NYC skyline with the Twin Towers majestically ruling the skyline.
This moment will be forever ingrained not only on paper, but in my soul.
Sometimes I get an idea of a place or building in my mind that I just have to get out onto paper. Something magical happens when I pluck that idea out of my imagination and capture it on a drawing.
What creative ideas or places are stuck in your mind? I would love to help you transform them into inspirational drawings or built architectural creations.
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(Sketch courtesy of www.jasonjnicholas.com and inspired by the book, “Egypt Yesterday and Today” by David Roberts)
Sketching can be like a time machine taking you to places of the past and the future. -Jason J Nicholas
This sketch was inspired from the book, “Egypt Yesterday and Today:lithographs and Diaries by David Roberts R.A.” by Fabio Bourbon and David Roberts. (Ink on paper)
Today’s post is not an inkling sketch, but an architectural rendering for a project I’m working on.
I posted it as a reminder that “you are what you eat”. I’m making some serious positive eating lifestyle changes.
If we don’t take care of ourselves first, then how can we take care of others? Just something to think about.
If you don’t know it by now, I love sketching. For me it’s the ultimately therapy (besides Ben & Jerry’s…and improv). For me, sketching is a way of sharing my inner core values of creativity, inspiration, and compassion. Today I did something very random. I was sketching on location. Two people passing by were really enjoying the scenery. I gave them my sketch. I cannot begin to express the power of positivity and warmth I felt by handing them my sketch. Yes, there is definitely power in words….but the power of lines on paper can really draw some wonderful benefits.