Sketch Club EAST

Mark McDonnell formed this division where after lunch, Sketch Club EAST identifies a person of interest, usually for their unique or distinct characteristics too. The subject is briefly studied without drawing. Once back from lunch and back at the drawing board, the subject is drawn from memory. (Due to the sucess of The Sketch Club, this division was formed . . .thank you Marcelo, Steve, Marcos, and paved the way!)

Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Soft and Slow

What a real gem of a character! This guy was hanging about outside the good ol' Costco, watching the bricks grow mold on one of the pilons for a good 30 to 45 minutes. With his blank quarky stare and statuesque pose, there was only one solution . . . turn this guy into a turtle. With no hare to egg him on, this guy was happily content being bolted into the ground and keeping that goofy look on his face.



Blogger z0mbi said...


8:14 AM  
Blogger David Colman said...

great face man........ kind of spooky...good shape design brotha from anotha mutha...

let the anamalions begin

10:03 AM  
Blogger Mark McDonnell said...

Thanks guys. It was a quick one, but a good one.
Nice to try something a bit different. Now onto the next one. . . .


9:14 AM  
Blogger Alina Chau said...

great character drawing!! Love it!

3:51 PM  
Blogger Mark McDonnell said...


Thank you very much. This is a really fun exercise . . .both the Sketchclub East and changing a character into an animal based character.


8:48 PM  

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