Journey to the center of my sketchbook – A request

I’ve mentioned a couple of times here that I don’t think my sketchbook drawings are that interesting to regular folk. And certainly not as cool as the sketchbooks of some people I know. (I’m looking at you, John Martz.) Friend and colleague Margaret Schulock responded:

Don’t be too sure about that, John; glimpses into an artist’s sketchbook are a rare treat. It’s like showing us the diary of your subconscious.

Well, you asked. So let’s take a peek through the curtains of my subconscious…

…and then close them quickly.

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8 Responses to “Journey to the center of my sketchbook – A request”

  1. alex Says:

    No, no, show us more from behind the curtain!!!

  2. KOVALESKI Says:

    I will, probably about one a week so as not to frighten the masses.

  3. Gretchen Says:

    please do share more! Love it!

  4. KOVALESKI Says:

    I did sort of pick my weirdest sketch to post this time. Hope the others can live up to it.

  5. Geoff Says:

    Definitely show more. The things that don’t go anywhere, the half finished ideas are sometimes much more interesting than the finished product. I even enjoy seeing the lines and circles etc that artists use to construct their work.

  6. KOVALESKI Says:

    Will do, Geoff. Half-finished ideas are something I’m very good at.

  7. Margaret Shulock Says:

    Wonderful, John! You didn’t disappoint me; you’re just as warped as I’d hoped.

  8. KOVALESKI Says:

    I aim to please, Margaret.

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